Origins of Vedic
Kenneth Chandler, Ph.D.  


(Three chapters from a book in progress)  




The  Indus-Saraswati  Valley  Civilizations  spread  over
more than 250,000 square miles, and included over 1600
sites. Most of the villages and cities were laid out on an
exact  north-south  grid  on sites west of the river, and
were built with kiln-fired brick of uniform size. Sites have
been found dating from 6,500-7,000 BC.