Discovery of Harappan civilization

Discovery: –
In 1875, archaeologist Alexander Cunningham unearthed a seal bearing an unknown identity and an unknown inscription in northeastern India. However, the seal could not be deciphered. Mohenjodaro in Larkana district of the country finds the ruins of ancient times. Besides, the names of Kashinath Dixit Nanigopal Majumder and Sir Matir Luthar are also involved.
This civilization was formerly called Indus Valley Civilization as it was first discovered on the banks of the river Indus. Recently, about 250 centers of civilization have been discovered across the Indus in India and beyond. Moreover, Harappa has been discovered as a much more ancient monument than Mohenjodaro, and much more important than Mohenjodaro.

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