|Ghaggar-Hakra Region, Peperonity.com|
- High agricultural growth with adaptation to flood areas and dry areas.
- Strong social hierarchy with a ruling class and no evidence of a central kingship.
- Curiously no known centralized religious structures.
- Was a very strong center for trade with far reaching regions.
- Had a basic, yet undeciphered alphabet.
|City Structure, indus-valley-civilizace.navajo.cz|
My own look at this area reveals to me that although there was not a strong religious element to the Ghaggar-Hakra Civilization that the economic and unique social structure was enough to hold these people together. That is until the eventual collapse around the year 1700 B.C. when the Ghaggar-Hakra river dried up and the trade routes and main source of food went with it.
|Ghaggar-Hakra River, flickr.com|
|Indus River, flickr.com|