Indus

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The Indus (known as Sindhu in ancient times) is a river in Pakistan after which India is named. It flows from the Himalayas approximately southwest to the Arabian Sea.

See also Indus Valley Civilisation.


Indus (the Indian) is a southern constellation introduced by Johann Bayer. It is supposed to represent an American Indian.