Indus Valley Civilization Timeline

Indus Valley Civilization is a mysterious civilization which is divided into three major phases. The phases include the Early Harappan Phase (3300 BCE to 2800 BCE), the Mature Harappan Phase (2600 BCE to 1900 B.C.E), and the Late Harappan Phase (1900 B.C.E. to 1300 BCE).

With the development of the early settlements since the 6000 BCE, the Indus Valley Civilization has had some interesting facts throughout its timeline. 

It has a linkage with all aspects of lives from religion to agriculture. The civilization includes various highlighting incidents like the creation of the most significant and most extensive bath ever made in history, facts behind the evolution of the Iron age, the establishment of an impactful script, and many more.

The whole timeline of this valley is stated here in this article with some details.

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With a total of about 5 million population, the Indus Valley Civilization were noted for their technical progress, urban planning, and also for the political concerns.

Since the establishment from 3000 BCE, the valley went through numerous ups and downs and started declining around 1800 BCE.

Many trades that were going during its advance period ended with the declination of the civilization.

Despite the declination and downflow of civilization, it is best known for the baked bricks houses, art crafts, original scripts, pottery, standardized weights, and mainly for the stepwell like the Great Bath

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Cite this article as: Richard Marrison, "Indus Valley Civilization Timeline," in HistoryTen, February 26, 2020,
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