Northern part of the indus valley civilization (around 3000 to 2500 bc) is located on its urban civilization ranikot fort is also a landmark of the indus valley civilization it is the world's largest fort, with walls extending to 20 km. At its most flourishing point, the indus valley civilization likely had a population of more than five million the indus valley civilization is noted for its metallurgy, urban planning . The indus valley civilization, also known as the harappan civilization, was a bronze age civilization that thrived in parts of modern day pakistan, afghanistan, and india at its most flourishing point, the indus valley civilization likely had a population of more than five million. The origin of the indus valley civilization dates back to 2300 bc, developed in the river basins of sutlej, ravi and indus the two cities of this civilization were located below the himalayan mountains bordering pakistan and north east india. The indus civilization peaked around 2,500 bc in the western part of south asia geographically, it was spread over an area of some 1,250,000 km², comprising the whole of modern day pakistan and parts of modern-day india and afghanistan .
It is very difficult to accurately give a single answer, as to what was the oldest civilization in the world as per the research done by archaeologist and historians these five were the earliest civilizations of the world, which prospered around the same time, and they were mesopotamia, egypt, indus valley, shang, and mesoamerica and andean america south. The indus valley proved capable of nurturing a civilization that endured for over a thousand years but when harappa collapsed, the plains of the indus were bypassed in favor of the far more lush and extensive lands in the basin of the ganges river network to the east. History, map and timeline of the middle east in 2500 bce, showing the civilizations of ancient egypt and mesopotamia flourishing at the time of the building of the pyramids of giza. Sindhis (sindhi: سنڌي (perso-arabic), सिन्धी (devanagari), sindhi khudabadipng (khudabadi)) are a sindhi-speaking ethnic group primarily of indo-aryan origi.
The indus valley civilization had reached it’s heights around 2500 bc “among the indigenous people of ancient india, the indus valley civilization stands out particularly advanced an impressive (ludwig pg65)” researchers say that the indus valley civilization is far more advanced that prehistoric egypt, mesopotamia or anywhere else in the western asia. The indus valley civilization also known as harappan civilization was the ancient civilization built around the banks of river indus it is one of the ancient civilization besides mesopotamia and egypt civilization. Built around 2500 bce, it was one of the largest settlements of the ancient indus valley civilization, and one of the world’s earliest major cities, contemporary with the civilizations of ancient egypt, mesopotamia, minoan crete, and norte chico.
Date event 2500 bc: the indus river valley civilization begins to develop(c 2500 bce) the first evidence points to the indus river valley civilization developing around 2500 bce archaeological evidence suggests that early hindu practice b. Casirj volume 6 issue 1 [year - 2015] issn 2319 – 9202 history of india vedic period (ca 1500 bce–500 bce) by ravinder singh the indus valley civilization saw its genesis in the holy land now known as india around 2500 bc the people inhabiting the indus river valley were thought to be dravidians, whose descendants later migrated to the south of india. By 2600 bc, mohenjo-daro and harappa, major cities of the indus valley civilization, were built with blocks divided by a grid of straight streets, running north-south and east-west each block was subdivided by small lanes . The objective of this article is to understand the evolution of the indo valley civilization, in comparison of other old history civilization flourished in egypt, mesopotamia, south asia and china, and their association with indo valley civilization.
Map of world history at 2500 % bc, with bronze age civilizations of ancient egypt, mesopotamia, and indus valley civilization. The so-called indus civilization flourished for eight centuries some experts believe that the indus had an empire of some 500,000 square miles in size, with a (more or less) uniform language and currency and which supported an extensive trading network for reasons that remain unclear, the indus civilization collapsed some time around 1800 bc. All of the major ancient civilizations--in mesopotamia, egypt, the indus valley, and china-- emerged in the 4th millennium bc historians still debate over which one emerged first it may well have been the middle east, in an area called the fertile crescent.
History review study play artifact indus river valley thought to be esstablished around 2500 bc what reasons are suggested for the disappearance of the . Civilizations of the indus river valley 2500 bc sometime around the year 1750 b indus culture began to decline the causes of its decline are not certain . An ancient craft, the history of the ajrak can be traced back to the civilizations of the indus valley that existed around 2500 bc-1500 bc mushru – mashru weaving is an age old tradition in india the textile evolved out of a desire to wear silk when it was prohebited for the muslim men.
It flourished around 2,500 bc, in the western part of south asia, what today is pakistan and western india the indus valley was home to the largest of the four ancient urban civilizations of egypt, mesopotamia, india and china. The river valley civilizations 1 •mesopotamia (3500 bc-1600 bc) •indus river valley civilization (2500 bc-1700 bc) by : nirmal roshan r class : 1 around 3000 . Around the year 2300 bc, the harappansmade settlements in this city and had built a fortified citadel and residential annex this city was known for its pottery culture which had indus alphabets painted on it. Indus valley civilization was one of the world's oldest and greatest civilizations which took shape around 3000 bc to 2500 bc in the valley of the indus river remains of more than 100 cities, towns, and villages of the indus valley civilization have now been found from north of the hindu kush down the entire length of the indus and beyond into .