Thousands of years ago a part of India was called the Indus River Valley. This part of India was the home of the Indus people. There were two main cities in the Indus Valley civilization: Harappa and Mohenjo-daro both of which had irrigation systems.
The excavation site for Mohenjo-daro has a feature that no other excavation site in that region has. The Great Bath was an ancient structure that was below the ground level and was probably used for ritual bathing. The bath dates back to the 3rd millennium BC. Mohenjo-daro was found in the province of Sindh, India.
The Harappans domesticated animals such as bulls, cats, and dogs. However, they used the bulls as pets. The city of Harappa was found in the province Sahiwal in the Punjab plain. The Harappans used to be peaceful and had almost no weapons in the city. This city was founded approximately in 6000 BC.