Archaeologists have used burials to find out the social and economic differences amongst Harappan people in the following ways:
1. How the burials were made reflected the social and economic differences.
2. The ordinary people were laid down in the pits.
3. The burials of upper-class people were lined with bricks.
4. Jewelry was found in some burials.
5. Some of the burials had daily use objects.
The areas of Cunningham’s confusion in understanding the significance of Harappa is mentioned below:
1. The artifacts of Harappa had reached Cunningham in the early 19th century and he did not know how old they were.
2. He tried to place them in the Harappan time frame but did not succeed
3. He used the accounts left by the Chinese Buddhists pilgrims who visited the subcontinent between the 4th and 7th century.
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