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    The Indus Valley Civilization was a Bronze Age civilization. It is mainly situated in the northwestern regions of South Asia, primarily centered in Pakistan and extending in to north east Afghanistan and north west India. There were three early civilizations of OLD WORLD i.e. Indus valley civilization, Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt. But, Indus valley civilization was the most widespread. It flourished in the basins of the Indus river, which flows through the length of Pakistan. The Indus Valley

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    The Indus Valley Civilization best exemplifies the relationship between the rivers and the development of ancient civilizations. Evidence suggests that the origin of the Indus civilization was intimately tied with the rivers and fertile soil the Valley provided. Archeologists believe that somewhere between 90 and 96 Indus Valley settlements were formed along the rivers such as the Indus. Both Mohenjodaro and Harappa, the civilizations largest settlements, were built along the rivers. With such

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    the Indus River Valley Civilization are two early civilizations that were the foundation of the urban world we live in today. These two empires were extremely productive and successful and played a key role in the advancement of human life. Both of these civilizations were able to produce new ideas, beliefs, systems, and technologies that we still use in modern times due to their stability. Their stability was the ultimate factor that made these empires prominent among the other civilizations during

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    The Indus Valley was the earliest Indian civilization. This civilization flourished for about a thousand years, then disappeared without a trace. Even though archeologists have no solid evidence, they know that it covers the largest area than any other civilization until the rise of Persia a thousand years later. The Indus Valley had well-planned cities, such as Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro, which were so carefully planned. Houses were built in a modernly fashion, which surprises us today. From the

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    ANCIENT INDIA Although the Indus Valley Civilization began approximately 5000 years ago, it was not discovered until the 1920’s. Interestingly, all of the information we have on this civilization comes from physical findings, as although we’ve discovered some of their writings, it has yet to be deciphered. No consensus has yet been made concerning the social organization, and there is very little information on the religion of the Indus Valley Civilizations. What we do know is that there were

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    Indus Valley civilizations covering approx 1/2 million miles of Northern Indian subcontinent is the largest ancient civilization in history till now. Since both stone and copper are used it is a chalcolithicivil.The Indus Valley people are highly artistic and skilled.Their chief features include a highly organized urban setup and a strong economy. The IVC economy is flourishing with extensive cultivation of wheat, barley. The Indus river is used for transport, weights are all very accurate and highly

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    The Nile and Indus River Valley civilizations were both unique civilizations in their own way in comparison. Yet despite being separated by thousands of miles there are similarities in these two ancient civilizations. It is seen that amongst ancient civilizations, rivers are fundamental for them to prosper and provide for a relatively stable society for which a people can grow and develop. There are general similarities with pinpoint differences as well as general differences with pinpoint similarities

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    This paper explores life at Mehrgarh and its importance as one of the major cities of the Indus valley civilization. Mehrgarh represents long chronological sequence from the 7th millennium to the 3rd millennium B.C. which has been divided into seven main periods from the Pre-Ceramic Neolithic to the Bronze Age. The third period belongs to the farming society (agriculture and animal husbandry). For decades archaeologists believed that plants and animals were first domesticated in the near east (Israel

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    India India is well known as a nation of contrasts, and the nation itself is a paradox. It is one of the world’s oldest known civilizations, yet it has only existed as the nation the world now know sit for 67 years. Similarly, it has produced some of the most important contributions to mathematics, science, philosophy, and trade, yet it is still considered to be a developing nation. The country’s history is a long, winding journey that has led it to its current state – the world’s largest democracy

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    Climate Change in India

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    western civilizations to keep environmental and meteorological records in writing. Thus, from just about the western world’s beginning, India ’s environmental records have existed in writing. However, although no written documents regarding India’s weather and climate exist prior to Alexander’s era, we can assume certain climatic conditions and changes prior to 300 B.C. due to the known history of native civilizations that previously existed. Between the years 2500 and 1700 B.C., the Indus valley

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