Indus Valley Civilization Essays
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The Indus river flows and start from the Hindu Kush, Karakoram and Himalayan mountains and a winding curve through the productive lands in the southern plains. Delta river boundary is one of the largest cross boundary rivers in the world with a hydrographic area of about 1km2. Pakistan, India, China, Afghanistan are four countries linked with Indus river delta (IRB). However, the part of Indus river delta present or flow about 61% in Pakistan, 29% in India and approximately 8%...
“Architecture is the thoughtful making of space” – the simple words of Louis Kahn beautifully describes the term ‘Architecture’. From the beginning of mankind, Ancient man moved natural elements like earth and stone into geometric forms, erecting our earliest human-made structures. Primitive people began building geometric structures for houses. During those stone age, people need a place to live or ply their trade because it is a necessity, not a luxury. Architecture is more than mere shelter, it is about...
In the beginning man used to be a hunter and forager. But slowly as time passed, the cultivation of food became a more preferred method of obtaining food and these hunters began to settle down. These settlements occurred around large rivers which had fertile land and abundant food resources. Man began to cultivate these lands, developing farmlands followed by the growth of agriculture began. As these small settlements grew in number, they formed cities which further grew to form civilizations....