Explain the statement with reasons.
The remains found at cities like Harappa, Mohenjodaro, Kalibangan, Lothal, Dholavira, Rakhigarhi, etc. are the evidence of the past glory of Harappan civilisation.
- A well-developed and rich civilisation flourished in the Indian subcontinent in the period from 3500-3000 B.C.E.
- This period is characterised by systematic town planning, with houses of baked brick, granaries, excellent drainage systems, public baths, and impressive public movements.
- Good administrative control over the distribution of water and other resources.
- Remains also prove a good social organisation, a proper social hierarchy based on the position of power.
- Flourishing internal and distant trade, mass production of goods and craft specialisation developed writing system of script on Harappan seals give evidence of the past glory of the civilisation.
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