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List I

List II

(Archaeological Site)

(Region)

(A) Jorwe

(I) Gujarat

(B) Kayatha

(II) Maharashtra

(C) Ojiyana

(III) Madhya Pradesh (M.P.)

(D) Rojdi

(IV) Rajasthan


Choose the correct answer from the options given below:
1. (A) - (II), (B) - (III), (C) - (IV), (D) - (I)
2. (A) - (I), (B) - (II), (C) - (III), (D) - (IV)
3. (A) - (III), (B) - (IV), (C) - (II), (D) - (I)
4. (A) - (II), (B) - (III), (C) - (I), (D) - (IV)

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Archaeological Site

Region

Jorwe

  • Jorwe culture was a Chalcolithic archaeological site located in the present-day Indian state of Maharashtra.
  • It further spread to the north in the Malwa region (Madhya Pradesh).
  • Its early phase dates back to 1400-1000 BCE, while its later one from 1000-700 BCE.

Kayatha

  • The Kayatha Culture (2400-2000 BCE) is located in Chambal (M.P) and its tributaries are the main feature of solid red slipped ware with chocolate designs.

Ojiyana

  • Ojiyana located about 30 km south-west of Beawar in the hilly region of District Bhilwara
  • The site is unusually located on the hill slope, which makes it unique among other sites of Ahar culture, which flourished in river valleys.
  • Excavation on the northern slope of the hill towards vast reservoir revealed a single culture deposit. This thick deposit of about 7.5 m is perhaps maximum among all the excavated sites of Ahar culture (3000-1500 BCE). The entire deposit is divided into three phases on the pottery and structural evidence.

Rojdi

  • Rojdi is an archaeological site belonging to the Indus valley civilization. 
  • It is located on the northern bank of the Bhadar River in Gondal taluka of Rajkot district in central Saurashtra peninsula of Gujarat state in India. 
  • It was continuously occupied from 2500 BCE to 1700 BCE

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