Washington, Jan 20 ( ANI ): Researchers have discovered that violence, infectious diseases and changes in climate were responsible for the collapse of the ancient Indus city of Harappa
almost 4,000 years ago.
The inquiry proved the cheque was deposited with the account of a local journalist, Mahmood Khalid Chaudhry, publisher of Daily Sada-i-Dastoor, in Harappa
branch of the private bank.
was discovered in 1826 and first excavated in 1920 and 1921 by the Archaeological Survey of India,
of archeological site of Harappa
and attraction of maximum tourists
Rana Mashhood Ahmad said that civilization and archives of Harappa
have more importance than Mohenjo-Daro and Taxila in Pakistan which are losing their existence due to not paying attention.
(near modern-day Sahiwal) also provides clues as to the extent of the trade network, as beads seashells and stones have been recovered from the site, which were not available locally.
The objects link to Harappa
and Moen Jo Daro civilization.
It ranged from mangroves in the south, to the 5,000-year-old cities of the Indus Valley Civilization which included Mohenjo-daro and Harappa
. The main destinations of choice for tourists to Pakistan are the Swat, Lahore, KhyberPass, Peshawar, Karachi and Rawalpindi.
Ghulam Mustafa further said that the skeletons found near Harappa
are like modern residents of Punjab whereas the skeletons found from Mohen Jo Daro look like residents of Modern Sindh.
Prior to the big event, PNCA organized a series of regional exhibitions representing all provinces, which were given relevant context according to the cultural heritage of the land such as; from Mehergarh to Quetta, from Harappa
to Lahore via Katas, from Akra to Peshawar via Takht Bai, from Mohenjo-Daro to Karachi via Makli and from Takht bai to Islamabad, he said.
According to the Telegraph, a new study of clay pots and ceramic tablets discovered almost 70 years ago in Harappa
, now in Pakistan, the people of the Indus Valley had a detailed system of commodity value, weights and measures.
Few among us have been fortunate enough to inherit what he did; the soul and sufferings of Harappa
, incredible tales of the Ravi [the Sahiwal region is usually referred to as Ravi] and stunning legends of indomitable Raths [lords] of Bar who would not bat an eye to battle the whole world to save a friend in trouble when requested and would fight to their last breath to redeem their honour if challenged.