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The 10.8 cm long bronze statue of the dancing girl was found in 1926 from a house in Mohenjo-daro, one of the biggest centres of the Indus Valley Civlization or the Harappan Civilization. Made in circa 2500 B.C., it is an image of a naked young girl in a dancing pose. 'Dancing Girl of Mohenjo-Daro' is widely considered the most important find of the Indus Valley Civilization and one of the most important and priceless processions of the National Museum, Delhi, India. Though the figure's height is only 10.8 cms., it tells us a lot about the metal technology that was developed in the Indus Valley Civilization.