Indus Valley Civilization
Indus Valley Civilization: The Indus Valley Civilization is a civilization that is the oldest civilization of India. This is why Indus Valley Civilization has its own historical significance. If history is discussed, then the earliest history of history is the Indus Civilization. Indus civilization, which is a very easy subject but till date, students are stuck somewhere, while reading this topic. When we hear names like Lothal, Kalibanga, Harappa, and Dholavira, we come to understand this name but we are unable to connect them with each other somewhere. This is the lack of which, due to the whole story till the beginning and end of Indus Civilization, many students can not understand. For this reason we will discuss this topic in detail in this article.
Indus Valley Civilization Begins
Indus Valley Civilization: Actually the Indus Valley Civilization is India’s oldest civilization. In the first scholars, there was a lot of differences in its time. The scholars put different types of speculation, one had believed that the Indus civilization was 3300 years old and someone would say that the period of Indus Civilization began from 2500 B.C. But the reality was something else, and in the future, after the development of the technology named carbon 14 (C-14), it was discovered that Indus Valley Civilization was in fact 2350 BC to 1750 BC. In this time the development of the Indus Valley civilization emerged and collapsed. Due to being so old of India’s civilization, there is no complete and convincing evidence of everything. The story that this civilization is based on is mostly based on imagination. The direct meaning of this means that if an archeology department has received something from the excavator or from some other place and it seems as if it was from ancient times. So, first of all, its time is to find out how much it is. Knowing this thing, the object is added to the things of that time. And then it is imagined how the object would be used, and which class would be used. Similarly, the things received in Indus Valley Civilization are based on mere imagination. From this, we can know how the social status of civilization will be. The things used to be there show that civilization that reflects the cultural condition.
Talk about the beginning of Indus Civilization in 2350 BC. And even after such an old civilization, Indus Valley Civilization has many modern properties, in a way, this civilization has modernized itself in modernity. The things gained in this civilization get information that it was completely an urban civilization.
Harappan civilization was discovered
Indus Valley Civilization: Initially, the British believed that Indian history started with the invasion of Alexander, and was proud of this thing, his civilization was an old civilization with Indian civilization and considered Indian people to be rude. But British officials were surprised when there was a shortage of bricks while laying railway lines in India, and they started digging these ruins for the supply of these bricks. But the workers were surprised by seeing the materials received here and informed the officials. In this way, in 1921, the first ruins of Harappan civilization were started by Dayaram Sahni. At that time, John Marshall, president of the Archaeological Survey Department, was under the direction of this work. In this way we came to know how old India’s history is.
The search for Indus Valley Civilization, however, made the whole of India proud. But there was still a lot of things that were ready to make four people in this civilization. The first of these was the city plan. The city plan of Harappa civilization proved that even in 2350 BC, Indians were so decent that they had built a great city plan. It is true that the plan of the Harappan civilization in India was special incomparable. And this was the specialty of the Indus Valley Civilization which first attracted attention to the Archeology Department. The town plan of Indus Valley Civilization has a lot of features in which there is a specialty drainage system. The drainage system of the town was planned in a planned manner. The water through the small drains of the water entered the drains made on the banks of the streets by the drains through the streets in the streets and went through the streams and fell directly into the river. Drains in the Harappan civilization were always covered and kept completely together. We can predict that even today even if all the drains are not completely covered, how high the standard of cleanliness in India’s civilization.
In addition to the drains, there was another specialty of road construction in the Nagar Yojana. How the roads were constructed that they cut each other at exactly the right angle. And the roads were clean and wide. Thus, the construction of roads indicates that Harappan residents were aware of the well planned town plan. In Indus Valley Civilization, every town was divided into two parts, the first account was the Western Tila and the second part was the eastern mound. Thus, the western mounds used to be relatively small and taller than the eastern mound. The fort was set on them. The type of evidence found in the cities proves that in these cities, there will be common people like craftsmen, businessmen and ordinary citizens.
The special thing in the houses built in the city is that the windows that are windows