Bronze Sculpture Of Dancing Girl (Mohenjo-daro)

The very famous Bronze Statuette of a 'Dancing Girl ' from earliest civilization of the world Mohenjo-daro is 10.5 centimeters high and is around 4500 years old and was found in the ‘HR area’ of Mohenjo-daro in the year 1926 by Mackey.

The girl is in standing position with unusually long hands and is called dancing girl by assuming her profession from the way she stands. She is naked with only necklace and bangles. She has one of her hands on her hip and she is holding something on her other left hand which rests on her thigh. She is wearing 24-25 bangles in her left hand and 4 bangles in her right hand.
Artist: pre-historic
Type: Bronze sculpture
Year: c. 2500 BC
Dimension: 10.5 c.m. X 5 c.m.
Location: National Museum, New Delhi

Expert Opinion:

British archeologist Mortimer Wheeler said in 1973:
"She's about fifteen years old I should think, not more, but she stands there with bangles all the way up her arm and nothing else on. A girl perfectly, for the moment, perfectly confident of herself and the world. There's nothing like her, I think, in the world."

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