|Lahore Museum 2012|
The saddest part is that these societies historically were pluralistic and diverse; economic conditions were better, and trade and commerce were more prevalent. In fact, many anthropologists consider the Indus Valley to be the birthplace of modern civilisation due to their sophisticated cites with features such as sewage systems. What has happened since then to move the country to the condition it's in today? Well, that's a topic for another day.