Maharashtra State BoardHSC Arts 11th
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State your opinion. The Harappan cities and villages in the vicinity were interdependent. - History

Short Note

State your opinion.

The Harappan cities and villages in the vicinity were interdependent.

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Solution

  1. The interrelationship between Harappan cities and villages was dependent on the mechanism of making available food grains and raw materials.
  2. A network of small towns, big and small villages and camp sites of semi-nomadic people, functioned to cater to the needs of major urban centres of Harappan civilisation.
  3. The city people were dependent on natural sources and villages in their vicinity, to meet the needs of urban lifestyle and urban administration.
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Balbharati History 11th Standard Maharashtra State Board
Chapter 2 First Cities of India
Exercise | Q Q.4 (1) | Page 19
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