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HARAPPA_IDEOLOGY (Part-I)

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The name is different. It will. Because the thing is weird.

The basis of this writing is a book. I didn't agree all the words in this book. Therefore, you may or may not agree.

In Harappan civilization, as their writing has not been studied today. Or no other ancient writings on this civilization have been found until after this civilization, so there is a dull darkness surrounding the entire civilization.

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Ever since the discovery of the Harappan civilization, this civilization has been used to understand the nature of the Egyptian civilization, even in the distant Mesoamerican civilization. Because almost every civilization starts from the same time. Improvements have been done step by step since farming. It was thought that those steps would be one of them. No one did. They have been separated, especially in space. As a result, Harappa has not been very clear even today.

It was initially estimated that this would be in line with the civilization of the nearby Sumer. The idea became more and more caricaturistic after the communication between the two civilizations. But in the end it seemed more confusing

Do not match? There may be arguments. In fact, the surplus of that agricultural work is the creation of a city from the prosperity of the crop. So where is the difference?

Finding that out is the work of this writing book.

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Burning soil, houses, houses, roads, drainage walls, all these artifacts are a tool for archaeologists to build an approximate history of an ancient civilization. But there is one particular problem here. This is the characteristic of those who would have been caught if there had been a precedent, but over the last few decades, that thinking has changed. What was found now has also been used to check the surroundings.

Let us look at this Harappan civilization as an example. Seeing the skeletons scattered in the mahinjodaro, Mortimer Wheeler captured the bodies of those killed in the battle. And the whole city died because there was no one to bury them. The scene of the horrific attack was considered.

Later in the trial, the skeletons spread to a wider area of the city. Again they are not at the same time level. There is no evidence that their weapons died on top of that. As a result, Mortimer Wheeler's ideas were rejected as incorrect.

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***Burning soil, houses, houses, roads, drainage walls, all these artifacts are a tool for archaeologists to build an approximate history of an ancient civilization.  But there is one particular problem here.  This is the characteristic of those who would have been caught if there had been a precedent, but over the last few decades, that thinking has changed.  What was found now has also been used to check the surroundings.***

Let us look at this Harappan civilization as an example. Seeing the skeletons scattered in the mahinjodaro, Mortimer Wheeler captured the bodies of those killed in the battle. And the whole city died because there was no one to bury them. The scene of the horrific attack was considered. (A big reason behind him is that he probably just returned from the battlefield).

Later in the trial, the skeletons spread to a wider area of the city. Again they are not at the same time level. There is no evidence that their weapons died on top of that. As a result, Mortimer Wheeler's ideas were rejected as incorrect.

Therefore, the scientists of Goraji now come to a decision without checking the reciprocity. Because what can be seen in the eyes can be the opposite.

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Let's take another example.

The bones of a goat were found in an ancient house. They have to catch the goats. In the past, that was the catch. But in traditional justice, if only one goat's bone was found and nowhere else, it would be assumed that the goat was bought for food. And if many more houses had goat bones, they would have been captured.

The problem for archaeologists is deep here. In most areas, their excavation is done in a limited area, because of lack of money and time. For example, as in Mahenjodaro or Harappar or Rakhigari, only a small portion has been discovered. As much as it has been found, there are many, many more areas.

I was watching a video of a scientist working in Dholavira. Which was taken in his Dholavira office. There he said more than ten percent had been found to be dumb. But we know the washrooms are an archeological site where the most careful excavation is going on. Before that I was watching an interview of a retired archaeologist in Pakistan. The question was asked why no grave was found. He laughed and said how much we dug to insist that there is no grave here. Twenty percent of the area, thirty percent can not be finished.

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Yesterday I was reading a paper, and I saw six scientists from an American university get permission to do a four-month excavation at Mahenjodaro. And in a designated area. They recovered about ten thousand stoneware and broken pieces in four months. Where they were found, the field wrote in a logbook, taking pictures of it, sketching it in hand, ending the four-month period. As a result, the sacks were seized, in the Field Museum of Mahenjodaro. After a year, they were allowed to visit again. At that time, they were dragged from open-air packed to aquatic plants. Many plans were sent to the Museum of Karachi. The next year, he was allowed to visit Karachi. After two months of drawn work, they were able to create a catalog of four thousand samples. A few thousand still remain.

This is not just the story of Pakistan. In India, the same trend works. Government offices keep their own gazandra at all times.

Kenney, who has been doing excavations for sixteen years in Harappa, said how much I saw and everything else was left. On top of that, the modern Harappa city is built on the ancient Harappa. Not all will be known at any time.

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The story of such a big place.

In small settlements, only a few wide sectors are completed. As a result, understanding the true reciprocity is a liability.

The reason for this problem is that scientists cannot come to the right conclusion. Many times the history of the area does not fit with what you see.

Suppose only the city of Mahenjodaro has been found. In that case, scientists have ruled that it has become a foreign nation. And the potential race is Sumer. Would have been wrong But it was a mistake. Now, after finding many cities in a vast area, scientists may not think of such a thing, but people like you can imagine it. And actually think. Last year, on Facebook, I was watching a debate about ideas that someone created from space.

*** In order to dispel these ideas, there was a need for proof of the exteriority of the section. It has to be proved that this is how the city is built step by step from a farming dependent village. That has been proven. From Mehergarh Cott-DG to Rakigari Baniwali, in fact now almost all the city settlements have been proved that people were settled before the birth of the city.***

This lack of reciprocity is likely to be misconceived, but it still is. Still we couldn't dig a lot. Nor do we know its existence. And with that it is also true that at any given time we cannot know all the areas, or we cannot dig all the areas. That is unrealistic fiction.

So are we always sitting with one or a few misconceptions?

This is where I noticed something different about this book. He did not say that there was not much value for what was found in an ancient field. If something is found then an dotted idea will be created and then the dot will match.

According to this author, what was found from the archaeological site is not the identity of a civilization. What was found was only the external production of civilization. The people who have produced them are the fabric of society, social thinking is the real civilization. Their production is not civilization.

Their thinking will determine what they will produce, why, or why not. As a result, the products of the two civilizations will never be one. These materials will include everything from earthenware to art, jewelry, use of metal to metal, building weapons, building statues, building temples to building cities or huge palaces or pyramids, or writing or law making, all depending on what they think, what they want.

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Even their future will depend on what they think, what they want. The author called it idealism. According to him, civilization is the result of an ideal.

And Harappa civilization is just the result of an ideology like every other civilization. Harappa's civilization is not his city but his ideology.

I stopped here today. It's just a role. How can he recognize the Harappan ideology tomorrow? What his outline. And if the future lies in their ideology, is it also their dissolution of Harappan civilization? Did they want this civilization to disappear? Why?

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INFORMATION COURTESY - Ideology and the Harappan Civilization. By Daniel Miller. Department of Anthropology, University College, London. (1984).

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