The Harappa Ruins are located in the village of Harappa in Punjab, Pakistan. The ruins are a famous archeological site that mark the remains of an ancient city from the Bronze Age. The city was part of the Indus Valley Civilization. Historians believe that the city had a population of over twenty thousand going as far back as 1900 BC. Many of the structures in the city were made out of clay. Try saying something from this place: “What is your name?” ap ka nam kya hai?