Ancient india was a fairly flat land, with a bit of mountains on the top side. It had one river, and one ocean. The river had 2 annual floods, which brought silt and mud into the valley, making the land a prime location for farming in ancient times.Inside of the indus area, was the Indus civilization. It was on the fertile plains. It was one of the oldest civilizations,with religious practices starting at 5500 BCE. Decline for this city started in 1800 BCE, but reasons for this decline were unknown.Ancient india also had a problem with monsoons. Most of the year, india was very dry, dust would blow. But in one part of the year, which started at around may, the weather suddenly got very humid and muggy. The civilizations civilians knew what was happening, and were waiting for it to come. It would suddenly rain. Bringing buckets apon buckets of water. But this also caused the indian ocean to rise, and cause terrible floods.These floods would kill civilians and destroy buildings. You would think this would change people’s thoughts about living there, but it made for great farmland, and kept people coming.The Climate depends on the season. It could be Hot and dry, hot and wet, or cool and dry. The hot and wet season was the season for monsoons, which brought lots of rain that is well needed. But it is also very damaging to the people and the buildings.Sebastian-The indian subcontinent is a large land mass that extends into the indian ocean Just north for the subcontinent is himalaya mountain rage that stands today.In the North west the Indus river where explorers have unearth much of the ancient civilisation.Today the Subcontinent is home to several countries including india, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Bhutan and Nepal.The Subcontinent is divided into three main parts. The northern plain, the dry deccan plateau, and the coastal plains witch land on the sides of the deccan. The northern mountain ranges served as borders for the civilization, and made contact with other civilisations difficultMIgrants and invaders used narrow valley to travel through the range. The northern plains are a fertile region south of the himalayas that prospered from the the rivers that fed its agriculture.The Deccan is a leveled plateau toward the center of india. The area did not receive much water causing the area to be sparsely populated. The coastal plain are separated from the plateau, and its seasonal rains provide plentiful water for farmers.