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Pottery In Harappan Culture
· Though most of the Harappan pottery is plain yet a substantial part is treated with a red slip and black painted decoration.
· They are uniformly sturdy and well baked.
· They are chiefly wheel made pottery and out of plain and painted ware,the plain variety are more common.
· The painted decorations consist of horizontal lines of varied thickness,leaf patterns,scales,chequers,latticework ,palm and peepal trees.
· Birds,fishes and animals are also shown.
· The pottery included pedestals,dishes,goblets,cylindrical vessels perforated all over and various varieties of bowls.
· Pottery was glazed,polychrome,incised,perforated and knobbed.