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Year: 2017 | Month: July | Volume: 4 | Issue: 7 | Pages: 106-109

The Indus Valley Civilization

Aashaq Hussain Bhat

Muslim Pora Koil, Pulwama, India

ABSTRACT

The more noteworthy Indus region was home to the biggest of the four old urban civilization establishments of Egypt, Mesopotamia, South Asia and China. It was not found until the 1920's. A large portion of its vestiges, even its significant urban areas, stay to be uncovered. The old Indus Civilization script has not been deciphered. Many inquiries concerning the Indus individuals who made this profoundly complex culture stay unanswered, however different parts of their general public can be replied through different sorts of archeological investigations. Harappa was a city in the Indus human advancement that thrived around 2600 to 1700 B.C.E. in the western piece of South Asia.

Key words: Indus valley civilization.

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