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Indus Enigma: Chronicles of a Silent Civilization

Mack Rafeal

A story is being told in the midst of the harsh and windswept landscapes that once sheltered the flourishing Indus Valley Civilization. This story is an archaeological odyssey that bridges the gap between the past and the present. The book "Indus Enigma: Chronicles of a Silent Civilization" invites readers to explore the hidden depths of history by constructing a story that is not limited by either time or location.



It is the finding of ancient objects that defy explanation that sets the plot in motion. These relics are dispersed like whispers throughout the silent ruins of Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa. In the midst of this setting, we are introduced to our protagonist, an enthusiastic archaeologist who is motivated by an insatiable ambition to uncover the mysteries that have been buried for millennia. The mystery is palpable as the protagonist uncovers signs that point to the existence of a language that has been forgotten and a civilization that once flourished in magnificent solitude.



As the story progresses, the main character struggles to make sense of the linguistic maze and finds himself in need of aid from a highly skilled linguist in order to decode the symbols that are inscribed into the very fabric of the ancient architecture. Despite the fact that the voyage is plagued with difficulties, each inscription that is discovered provides a fascinating look into the daily lives, governance, and rituals of a civilization that has been lost to the passage of time.


Book Details

  • Publisher: Spectra Enterprise
  • Publish Date: Jan 9th, 2024
  • Pages: 132
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.00in - 6.00in - 0.28in - 0.41lb
  • EAN: 9788196880835
  • Categories: Civilization
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