The Indus Valley Civilization was a Bronze Age civilization (3300-1300 BCE; mature period 2600-1900 BCE) extending from what today is northeast Afghanistan to Pakistan and northwest India. Along with Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia it was one of three early civilizations of the Old World, and of the three the most widespread. At its peak, the Indus Civilization may have had a population of over five million.
Indus valley civilization is a rich civilization and one of the most important civilizations that existed in the world. Ancient India during the Harappan era had one of the largest populations in the ancient world, far greater than the Middle East or Europe.
A vast ancient civilization developed along the valley of the River Indus in modern-day India and Pakistan. For a while, in about 2500 BCE, it was one of the greatest civilizations of the world. It covered more than 386,000 square miles, even bigger than the civilizations of Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia combined.
Spread over 350 hectares, this nondescript village in Haryana is the biggest Harappan civilisation site in the world. It is the only place which has the remains of early, mature and late phase of Indus Valley Civilisation at the same location text.
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