- Oct 2016
I know ... thats what I am saying . You, however said ;Indo Gangetic tradition includes the IVC and doesnt exclude it, IVC being only a part of the tradition and not being itself the whole thing, this is clearly stated by JM Kenoyer in his lecture above.
At this point, then , I must confess I am not sure what you are on about . Do you mean that Sortugai was an outpost of IGT and NOT IVC ?.... sites like shortugai at the oxus which presents a real possibility of indo gangetic tradition instead of IVC.....
Did you see the IVC / BMAC 'passport' seal presented in the lecture ?
As far as Daimabad is concerned, there is no evidence that it had late harappan culture ...
Upinder, Singh (2008). A History of Ancient and Early Medieval India: From the Stone Age to the 12th Century. Delhi: Pearson Education. p. 230.
Okay. I suppose you can think whatever you want ... but that is different from saying there is ' no evidence ' .... and not its distinct Deccani culture, i think late harappan postulation is false, as you can clearly see from the map that shortugai is included but daimabad area is included in Deccan culture.
Now I am REALLY not getting you ! It is not shown in the second map , IGT is shown as not extending to BM Also ....Note the dates ;As far as BMAC is concerned, a part of BMAC was part of maurya empire/shown in second map and the site of BMAC was also linked with indo gangetic tradition via buddhism, Gandhara, Kamhoja and loads of other history as well.