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Trade and markets are the twin engines that lead to the creation and growth of not only the empires, but also the great civilizations from the times immemorial. Having firm faith in the growth of markets for economic development, we decided to explore whether trade and markets played a major role in the ancient times, too. And what better paradigm could we have chosen than almost the ten millennia old lost ancient Indian civilization of Harappa or the Indus Valley?
About the Author
Jignesh Shah is the Founder of 63 moons technologies limited, formerly known as Financial Technologies (India) Limited (FTIL).
Madhoo Pavaskar, Adjunct Professor in the department of Economics at the University of Mumbai
Table of Contents:
Chapter 1 Primeval Civilizations and Pre-market Gift Economies
Chapter 2 Barter in Ancient India
Chapter 3 Origin and Evolution of Money
Chapter 4 Beginnings of Ancient Indian Trade
Chapter 5 Trading Practices in Ancient India
Chapter 6 Commodity Trade and Industry in Harappan Civilization
Chapter 7 Urbanization of Indus Valley Civilization
Chapter 8 Mehrgarh—Precursor to the Harappan Civilization
Chapter 9 Mohenjo-Daro: A Commercial Hub of Indus Culture
Chapter 10 Harappa—The Market City
Chapter 11 Lothal—Port Town of Harappan Civilization
Chapter 12 Dholavira
Chapter 13 Other Market Cities in Harappan Civilization
Chapter 14 Overview—Trade and Markets in the Harappan Civilization
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