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Subcontinent
A large landmass that is connected to a continent.
Tributary
A small river or stream that flows into a large river.
Citadel
A walled-in area, similar to a fortress, that was built to protect a city, its people, and religion.
Migration
The movement of a large group of people from one country or region to another in order to settle there.
Indus River Valley
A region in present day Pakistan between some of the highest mountain peaks.
Himalayas
The world's highest mountain range, forming part of the northern boundary of the Indian subcontinent.
Hindu Kush
A mountain range in South Asia, forming part of the northern boundary of the Indian subcontinent.
Mohenjo-Daro
One of the two great cities of the Indus Valley civilization in South Asia. The city was abandoned around 1500 B.C. probably in response to the Aryan invasions.
Harappa
A thriving city.