Indus Civilisation

A mix of history and conjecture

The Indus River in modern-day Pakistan is the site of one of the worlds first ancient civilizations with evidences remaining from 9000 BCE. The most notable cities of Mohenjo-daro, Ratnagiri and Harappa which bear a high degree of resemblance to each other in urban planning and urban technologies like sewage and water supplies to all homes.

The Indus Valley Civilization (hereafter referred to as the IVC and perhaps better called Sindhu-Sarasvati civilisation) is so impressive that Wikipedia has an entire article dedicated to their inventions. The IVC developed standardized weights and measures and a system of writing. They had advanced sewer systems, showing an interest in cleanliness that most civilizations did not share. They

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