Heritage & qualityINDUS COTTON® is a beautifully soft staple material that has longer, more durable fibres. The world famous Indus Valley region of India & Pakistan is named after the Indus river system in whose alluvial plains the early sites of the civilisation were identified and excavated. It has always remained a vibrant, rich and fertile land where cotton has been refined and mastered over the ages by generations of traditional farmers. Our spectacular bedlinen collection with a thread count of 400-800 gives classic INDUS COTTON® feel that will rejuvenate your bedroom look and turn it into an amazing retreat spot. We take pride in creating beddings that are not only immaculate but everlasting as well.
History of the Indus valley
The Indus river valley is located in modern India and Pakistan. It was first discovered in 1921 at Harappa in the Punjab region and then at Mohenjo-Daro near the Indus valley river in the Sindh. Both historical sites are now located in Pakistan, in Punjab and Sindh provinces. It was settled by nomads or people that travel together not living in one place for very long. The Indus civilization was one of the three early civilizations of South Asia, existed from around 3300BCE to around 1300BCE give or take a few centuries. It really prospered around 4,500 years ago between 2600-1900 BCE. It was the largest of the ancient civilizations, covered an area of one million square kilometres. Indus valley has the largest population and territory of the Bronze age civilizations like Mesopotamia, Egypt, and Ancient China. Its area is widespread from northeast Afghanistan through Pakistan and into western and northwestern India. The civilization flourished in the basins of Indus River, and monsoon-fed rivers that once flowed in the vicinity of the seasonal Ghaggar-Hakra river in Eastern Pakistan and Northwest India.