Ancient Indus Civilization "granary" excavations and materials. Note that the earlier interpretation of these constructions are Harappa and Mohenjo-daro in particular are not thought of as granaries by modern archaeologists; their purpose remains unclear.

Wall, Harappa

New possibilities might be forthcoming in the next two years [as written in 1998]. Excavations are due to begin in the small parts of the granary not completely excavated by the first archaeologists at Harappa, R. B. D. R. Sahni and M.S.

"Granary area"

Limited excavations in the granary area at Harappa starting in 1997 (Trench 41 area) and 1999 have begun a new examination of this important building, first excavated in the 1920s.