New Delhi, 8th August, 2021, Tuesday

The more than 2000 years old Indus Valley Civilization was the epitome of an ideal urban life. Some places in India including Lothal and Dholavira in Gujarat are witness to this civilization. Mohenjo-daro and Harappa are considered to be the largest centers of Indus Valley culture in Pakistan. Archaeologists and historians have done research on the basis of historical evidence of the Indus Valley. According to a research, a large part of the people of the Indus Valley spoke an ancestral Hvid type of language. There are similarities between ancient civilization and Dwivedi. This vast urban civilization spread across the Indian subcontinent, spread over an area of ​​one million square km in Afghanistan, Pakistan and north-west of India. According to one source, copper was the oldest of the Palaeolithic civilizations.

Some new research information is still available from this site which was found during excavations in the 19th century. The distinction of the language spoken by the inhabitants of this ancient city structure is yet to be resolved. Amazing information can be found about this particular settlement if it is sorted out. Although some of the words in the inscriptions which are being researched and analyzed on the basis of software obtained from the ancient script, correspond to the Proto Dwivedi language. As the Persian inscriptions use the word pre for elephant, the original form is derived from plu which is a proto-Dvd word for mammals.

Researchers believe that the term was adopted and modified by ancient Iranian languages. He was pronouncing the letter L. According to the evidence of expansion from different places of Indus Valley Civilization, the area of ​​civilization was very large even today. Researchers believe that 15,000 to 20,000 languages ​​existed before humans began cultivation and dissemination.