Who were the people of the Indus? Why didn't they build pyramids like the Egyptians? And ultimately what happened to them? Supported by extensive research from a leading Indus archaeologist, this graphic novel seeks answers to precisely these questions. It is not history in the form of a dull record of dates and events but a beautifully illustrated glimpse into the lives of the people of the Indus civilization, dating all the way back to 3200 BCE. The People of the Indus is a rare account of how one of the most unique and enigmatic civilizations of the ancient world changed the course of human history. It is sure to enthral young adults and older readers alike.
About the Authors: Nikhil Gulati is an author and illustrator of graphic novels. He believes in telling stories that inspire wonder and foster compassion.
Jonathan Mark Kenoyer is one of the foremost authorities on Indus history and is a professor of archaeology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.