Indus civilization


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Noun1.Indus civilization - the bronze-age culture of the Indus valley that flourished from about 2600-1750 BC
culture, civilisation, civilization - a particular society at a particular time and place; "early Mayan civilization"
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LARKANA/HYDERABAD -- EU Ambassador in Pakistan Jean Francois Cautain, along with a delegation, visited the shrine of Lal Shehbaz Qalander and the ancient Indus civilization city of Mohenjo Daro.
It is said to be traceable from the earliest archaeological findings of the ancient Indus civilization of Mohenjo Daro.
In addition to well known Western cities, they include Mohenjo-Daro: mysteries of the Indus civilization, Teotihuacan: where time and water flow, Timbuktu: city in the sands, Isfahan: Shah 'Abbas and the Safavid Empire, Montreal: the defiance that made Canada, and Shanghai: China's super-city.
He said the Indus civilization of Pakistan is more than five thousand years old and we have a diversified and rich cultural history.
'Sindh has rich culture and heritage and Indus civilization is reckoned as one of the oldest civilization of the world,' he said and added that it is need of hour to acquaint world with the message of Sufis and Saints of Sindh that is based on principles of non-violence.
"Sindh has rich culture and heritage and Indus civilization is reckoned as one of the oldest civilization of the world," he said and added that it is need of hour to acquaint world with the message of Sufis and Saints of Sindh that is based on principles of non-violence.
The rich stunning cultures in Lahore to feast the eyes with beautiful Badshahi Mosque, Badshahi Fort, Lahore Museum, Shahi Humam, Wazir Khan Mosque, Shalimar Gardens etc, Harappa another important archeological site of Indus civilization stands witness to the 5000-year-old cultural continuity of civilization in Pakistan.
'It was great to see the segment of Indus civilization and the children who participated in it.
Pakistan itself is the cradle of one of the oldest Indus Civilization. Pakistan thus forms the "Global Civilization Hub".
Indus civilization grew as a result of this innovation, which eventually led to more planned settlements making use of drainage and sewers.
The resulting drought coincided with the beginning of the decline of the metropolis-building Indus Civilization suggesting that climate change could be why many of its major cities were abandoned.