The Indus script is a corpus of symbols produced by the indus valley civilization during the mature harappan periods between 3500 and 1900 BC. Most inscriptions are extremely short


the Indus cities were connected with rural agricultural communities and distant resource and mining areas through strong trade systems. They used pack animals


Stone implements and cave paintings from this period have been discovered in many parts of the South Asia. Evidence of domestication of animals, the adoption of agriculture, permanent village settlements and wheel turned pottery.


The harrapan Religion was polytheistic. They used cattle, elephants and other animals as sacrifice
Harappan Civilization - Indus Valley Civilization