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Earliest Civilization of South Asia by R.C.; LAL, B. B Agrawal ISBN 13: 9788173051074

ISBN 10: 8173051070

Hardcover; Delhi, India: Aryan Books International, 1997; ISBN-13: 978-8173051074


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Earliest Civilization of South Asia

Agrawal, R.C.; LAL, B. B

Aryan Books International, 1997-10-01. Hardcover. Very Good. No marks noted in text, 1997 hc with protective mylar over djAND AS ALWAYS SHIPPED IN 24 HOURS; and emailed to you a USPS tracking number on all orders; all books are sanitized and cleaned for your protection before mailing

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Earliest Civilization of South Asia

R.C. Agrawal; B. B. LAL

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New Delhi, India: Aryan Books International, 1997. The most ancient civilization of South Asia, Variously known as the Harappan, Indus or Indus-Sarasvati Civilization, far excelled its contemporaries in other parts of Asia in a number of ways. Not only did it cover a much greater area than did any other civilization, but it also produced urban centres, duly fortified and characterized by meticulous town-planning, efficient drainage system, etc. The Book presents a multidimensional study of this grand civilization. Some scholars have held that this South Asian civilization was an import from the west. When called upon to produce concrete evidence, they fumbled and took shelter under the theory "ideas have wings". The book demonstrates that almost all the characteristic features of this civilization had indigenous origin. The Harappan Script still remains undeciphered. The book points out where the various decipherers have gone wrong. It further shows that even no two Dravidianists see eye to eye no ... Read more

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Aryan Books International, 1997 hardback book and dust jacket in near fine condition,inscribed by the author [at top of title page]. Inscribed by Author(s). 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine.

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Earliest Civilization of South Asia

R.C. Agrawal, B. B. LAL

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Aryan Books International, 1997. First edition. Hardcover. New. 22 x 28 cm. The most ancient civilization of South Asia, variously known as the Harappan, Indus or Indus-Sarasvati Civilization, far excelled its contemporaries in other parts of Asia in a number of ways. Not only did it cover a much greater area than did any other civilization, but it also produced urban centres, duly fortified and characterized by meticulous town planning, efficient drainage system, etc. The book presents a multidimensional study of this grand civilization. Some scholars have held that this South Asian civilization was an import from the west. When called upon to produce concrete evidence, they fumbled and took shelter under the theory `ideas have wings`. The book demonstrates that almost all the characteristic features of this civilization had indigenous origin. The Harappan script still remains undeciphered. The book points out where the various decipherers have gone wrong. It further shows that even no two Dravidianists se ... Read more

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Aryan Books International, 1997. First edition. Hardcover. New. 22 x 28 cm. The most ancient civilization of South Asia, variously known as the Harappan, Indus or Indus-Sarasvati Civilization, far excelled its contemporaries in other parts of Asia in a number of ways. Not only did it cover a much greater area than did any other civilization, but it also produced urban centres, duly fortified and characterized by meticulous town planning, efficient drainage system, etc. The book presents a multidimensional study of this grand civilization. Some scholars have held that this South Asian civilization was an import from the west. When called upon to produce concrete evidence, they fumbled and took shelter under the theory `ideas have wings`. The book demonstrates that almost all the characteristic features of this civilization had indigenous origin. The Harappan script still remains undeciphered. The book points out where the various decipherers have gone wrong. It further shows that even no two Dravidianists se ... Read more

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