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The most significant early civilization of the Indian sub-continent, the IVC ranks alongside Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia, as source of ancient art, notably sculpture, seal carving and ancient pottery, as well as decorative crafts.

It is also noted for its urban planning, baked brick buildings and water supply systems, although archeologists have yet to find evidence of any monumental architecture, such as palaces or temples.

Indus Valley culture is also known for its decorative crafts, especially its jewellery art, featuring a range of beautiful glazed faience beads, necklaces, bangles, combs (kakai), and other ornaments and toiletry items.

Not unlike the early writing of Egyptian and Sumerian culture (c.4500-2270 BCE), Indus Valley culture also produced its own writing system, with a range of about 600 distinct symbols (typically no more than four or five characters in length), which have been found on seals, small stone or clay tablets and ceramic pots.

Far flung IVC colonies have been discovered on the Oxus River at Shortughai, and beyond the Hindu Kush as far north as Dushanbe.

It flourished most significantly along the Indus River and its tributaries including the Jhelum, Chenhab, Ravi, Sutlej and Ghaggar Hakra rivers.

Scholars believe that the collapse of the IVC was triggered by a major drought, or some combination of climatic conditions.

But Harappan civilisation did not disappear completely, and many of its elements can be found in later cultures.

However, no large palaces or temples appear to have been constructed.

Indus Valley Civilization is probably best-known in the West for its bronze figurative sculpture - notably the famous slender-limbed statue known as the "Dancing Girl of Mohenjo-Daro" (2500 BCE) - the extraordinary quality of which is comparable with Late Classical Greek Sculpture (c.400-323 BCE) and Hellenistic Greek Sculpture (c.323-27 BCE).

Excavations have revealed an extensive caravan trade with Central Asia to the north and Persia to the west, as well as links with both Egyptian art and Mesopotamian art, and possibly even with Minoan culture on Crete.

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