Rakhigarhi ou Rakhi Garhi est un village de l'État de l'Haryana en Inde.

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  • Rakhigarhi ou Rakhi Garhi est un village de l'État de l'Haryana en Inde.
  • Rakhigarhi, or Rakhi Garhi (Hindi: राखीगढ़ी; Rakhi Shahpur + Rakhi Khas), is a village in Hisar District in the state of Haryana in India, around 150 kilometers from Delhi. In 1963 archeologists discovered that the village was the site of the largest known city of the so called Indus Valley civilization, a city that was much larger and more ancient than Harappa and Mohenjodaro sites. It is situated on the dry bed of the river Sarasvati, which once flowed here and is believed to have dried up by 2000 BC.
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  • Rakhigarhi ou Rakhi Garhi est un village de l'État de l'Haryana en Inde.
  • Rakhigarhi, or Rakhi Garhi (Hindi: राखीगढ़ी; Rakhi Shahpur + Rakhi Khas), is a village in Hisar District in the state of Haryana in India, around 150 kilometers from Delhi. In 1963 archeologists discovered that the village was the site of the largest known city of the so called Indus Valley civilization, a city that was much larger and more ancient than Harappa and Mohenjodaro sites.
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