Which one of the following sites has yielded the cultural remains from Neolithic to Harappan period?

Which one of the following sites has yielded the cultural remains from Neolithic to Harappan period?

A. Amri

B. Mehrgarh

C. Kotdiji

D. Kalibangan

Answer: Mehrgarh

Explanation: The best-known site of the cultural remains is Mehragarh. Mehrgarh is a neolithic site seen as a precursor to the Indus Valley Civilization. Mehrgarh is considered to be one of the most important Neolithic sites in archaeology. It is now considered to be a precursor to the Indus Valley Civilisation. Its discovery shed new light on the development of agricultural technologies and agrarian lifestyles of the ancient Stone Age people of South Asia.

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