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- adjective Of or relating to the Harappa
archaeological sitein Punjab, northeast Pakistan, or the ancient civilizationthat once lived there.
- noun A member of the ancient civilisation that once occupied Harappa.
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In the Harrapan colony of Sheba-Ethiopia, Shakti became known as Athtar.
The Hellenic cults of Isis and Osiris, were offshoots of the Harrapan cult of Shakti-Siva, by this route.
The Sumer established as a colony by what the local Semites named “the black-headed people” (Dravidians), was a Harrapan colony.
He underscored the antiquity of the Akhnoor which also has the remains inside the forts dating back to the Harrapan times making Akhnoor one of the oldest towns in this region.
The Harrapan civilisation in what is now Pakistan had flushing Toilets in houses linked with drains in 2500BC
And does the author mean to imply that those civilizations are a direct result of a supposed mass exodus from a collapsed Indus/Harrapan civilizations?
These sites show a cultural continuity with the Vedic literature from the early Harrapan civilization up to the present day India.
In the Canaanite (” Phoenician”) offshoot of Harrapan colonizing, she became known as Astarte.