This article is about the history of the Pakistan before 1947. For the history of Pakistan after 1947, see History of the Islamic Republic the formation of the subject activity of the child at an early age Pakistan.
The Riwatian is a Paleolithic site in upper Punjab. Riwat Site 55, shows a later occupation dated to around 45,000 years ago. Mehrgarh is an important neolithic site discovered in 1974, which shows early evidence of farming and herding, and dentistry. The “Indus Priest King” statue is carved from steatite. Excavated ruins of the Great Bath at Mohenjo-daro in Sindh.
The Bronze Age in the Indus Valley began around 3300 BCE with the Indus Valley Civilization. The Mature Indus civilisation flourished from about 2600 to 1900 BCE, marking the beginning of urban civilisation in the Indus Valley. During the late period of this civilisation, signs of a gradual decline began to emerge, and by around 1700 BCE, most of the cities were abandoned. However, the Indus Valley Civilisation did not disappear suddenly, and some elements of the Indus Civilisation may have survived. The GGC, Cemetery H, Copper Hoard and PGW cultures are candidates for cultures associated with Indo-Aryans. Indo-Aryan migration between 1500 BCE to 800 BCE. As Indo-Aryans migrated and settled into the Indus Valley, along with them came their distinctive religious traditions and practices which fused with local culture.