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The name given to the archaeological remains of one of the major cities of the Indus Valley civilization, situated on the southern bank of the Rāvī river (a tributary of the Indus) in the Punjab, in what is now Pakistan. Employing the modern name of the site, archaeologists frequently refer to the entire culture as ‘Harappan’.

Subjects: Archaeology — Religion.

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