What was the geographical extent of the Harappan civilisation?

The Harappan civilisation covered parts of Punjab, Haryana, Sind, Baluchistan, Gujarat, Rajasthan, and the fringes of Western Uttar Pradesh. It extended from Jammu in the North to the Narmada estuary in the South. In the West, its extended from the Makran Coast in Baluchistan to Meerut in the East. The geographical extent of the Harappan civilisation was much larger than that of the Mesopotamian and Egyptian civilisations. The coastal settlements of the civilisation extended from Sutkagan Dor in Baluchistan to Lothal in Gujarat. The largest number of Harappan sites have been excavated in Gujarat, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, and Jammu and Kashmir.

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