The people on the Indus River Valley were different from the ones in Egypt and Mesopotamia. They didn't build statues or monuments and they held their peace.
The people on the Indus River Valley did not put gold with their dead or mummify their dead. They believed that it was better to have the living people have riches then the dead.
The people in the Indus Valley were very peaceful. they didn't fight with others. Very few weapons were found in the cities. They were more into trade than war.
On the Indus River Valley there were two major cities, Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro. These cities were very modern . They had public wells, market stalls, and workshops.
The people who lived in the indus River valley had bathrooms with indoor plumbing. The Artisans made pottery, jewelry, ivory objects, and cotton clothing. They also used high quality tools.
Another civilization was the Aryans. The Aryans were nomads and skilled warriors. They used chariots and advanced weapons. They took control of the entire Indus Valley. When the Aryans settled down they lived in small settlements and not in big cities. Their leader was often a skilled warrior.