Indus River

The Indus River runs the Pakistan to the Arabian Sea. It is on the Tibetan Plateau which is in Pakistan. It is a very unique feature is that is where civilization started in India called the Indus River Valley. Being a Major water way it treats people with water for them to grow their crops. Also it would give them transportation from place to place and gives them a good source of trade routes to get to the Arabian Sea. Opening this trade routes, it gave them more chances to expand their relations with other countries.

Photograph. IndusRiver.jpg. Web. <http://www.pakembassy.cz/PakistanImages/IndusRiver.jpg&gt;.
Indus_Zanskar.jpg. 2012. Photograph. Indus_Zanskar.jpg. Web. <http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/83/Indus_Zanskar.jpg/220px-Indus_Zanskar.jpg&gt;.
Indus-river-as-seen-from.jpg. Photograph. Indus-river-as-seen-from.jpg. Web. <https://geolt22.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/indus-river-as-seen-from.jpg?w=300&gt;.

Boehm, Richard G., and Dinah Zike. Glencoe World Geography and Cultures. New York: McGraw-Hill/Glencoe, 2012. Print.

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