About 7000 BCE, evidence of agriculture and domesticated animals. By 3200 BCE, people farming in villages along Indus River. The Indus Valley civilization is also known Harappan Civilization. Harappan culture existed along the Indus River in that is present day Pakistan. Harappa and the city of Mohenjo-Daro were important centers of the Indus Valley civilization. Early Harappan-Ravi Phase 3300 –2800 BCE ** This distinctive, regional culture which emerged is called Early of Pre-Harappan. Trade networks linked this culture with related regional cultures and distant sources of raw materials, including lapis luzuli and other materials for bead-making. Domesticated crops included peas, sesame seeds, date and cotton. Domestic animals also used, such as the water buffalo. Middle Harappan- Integration Era 2600-1900 BCE* By 2500 BCE, communities had been turned into urban centers ( integration ) Six such urban centers have been discovered: Harappa , Mohenjo-Daro and Dicki in Pakistan, along with Gonorrea, Pokalingam and Mangalore in India.