1. Unlike other Harappan cities which were divided into two parts, Dholavira was divided into three. There were massive stone walls around each part and entrances were made through gateways. There was a large open area in the settlement where the public meetings were held. 
  2. In other Harappan cities, the carvings were made on small objects like seals. In Dholavira, the carvings were made on white stones and inlaid in wood.

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