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Granary

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The Granary of Mohanjodaro was 45.71 meter long and 15.23 meter wide and that was the biggest building there. The length of the great bath from north to south was 11.88 m and breadth from east to west was 7.01 m.

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Tripitaka

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Tripitaka is the sacred book of Buddist. Tripitaka contains three baskets of techings, a Sutra Pitaka, a Vinaya Pitaka and An Abhidharme Pitaka. Union of monks and their daily life are certain facts that are mentioned in Vinaya Pataka.

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During the time of Buddha

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The first metal coins appeared in the time of Buddha and they are called ‘Punchmark’ and ‘Aahat’. Those mainly are made up of silver but some are of copper also. They are called Aahat because many symbols are inscribed on them. Such coins are Found in all over the country from Taxila to Magadha to Mysore.

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Hunasagi

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1. Hunsagi is a Palaeolithic site of archaeological importance in India located in Gulbarga district of Karnataka.

2. A late phase Old Stone Age site excavated at Hunasagi has yielded stone tools and weapons made of red-brown chert.

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Madhya Pradesh

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1. Bhimbetka is a Palaeolithic residential site located in Raisen district of Madhya Pradesh.

2. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site consisting of seven hills and more than 750 rock shelters distributed over 10 km.

3. Bhimbetka rock shelters are the oldest signs of human life in India. They provide important information about the life, culture and art of early man.

4. Bhimbetka was discovered by Dr. Vishnu Sridhar Wakankar in 1957. It was declared a site of national importance by the Archaeological Survey of India, Bhopal Division in 1990.

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