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India's Harrappan city Dholavira is now an UNESCO World Heritage

Ghost Hobbit

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LOL Tell UNESCO to also include Pakistani territories in your list of historical sites. Come back when they have done so.
Pakistan is also historically Indian like how Taiwan was once historically chinese. But Pak is more aligned to India than Taiwan is to China. It's all part of Akhand Bharat- the pan Indian cultural identitiy that unites all of us and will lead us to glory.
 

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All these are just nominal identifiers to describe random acts of history.
I have travelled across much of nothern Indian. Delhi westwards. I loved India then, people were nice respectful etc. Now its a country run by fascist clowns and rapists and dacouts on every corner. Pakistan has nothing in common with India. You arectrying to eradicate Islamic history. Pakistan is respectful of all history. What's ours is ours period. No rss goon can lay a claim to anything.
 

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Indus valley is Indian

Stop attention whoring

India was a name given to you puppets by the British and you cuckolds gladly took it from your masters.

Sindhu is the ancient name for the indus, we still have sindh and we have the indus, etymologically IVC is all of pakistan. We are the inheritors of this great civilisation

You are busy in revisionism for your scraps and illigetimacy.

Modern day india and indians are simply barstards trying to seek legitimacy from the original daddies , but we really dont want to know u. You are an illegitimate child

Now go away, you are not our child, we just had a one night stand with some darkie dravidian near the ganges and you are a product of that.

Now shoo
 

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Can we agree to share the Indus valley heritage?
Indus valley civilisation had:
  1. Public toilets with running water
  2. Public baths luxurious even by today's standards
  3. Running drinking water supply
  4. Litter bins in their cities
  5. Orderly urban planning
  6. Sewage systems in every city
  7. Urban drainage separate from severs
  8. Functioning flood defences
  9. Public granaries
  10. Engineered road networks
Now, Indiaaa ... go to an average town, and look if they have any of these.
 

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