The earliest civilization in India has been given the name of "Indus Valley'' or "Harappan" after one of its most well-developed cities, Harappa, now in Pakistan.
This advanced, urban civilization, which developed around the river Indus, flourished around
The Indus Valley people, who may be the forerunners of the Dravidian population of South India, appear to have been gradually pushed down south by the Aryans, who commenced their migrations from the Caucasus Mountains (in the present-day region of Georgia in the former Soviet Union) to India around 2000 BC.
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