The Indus River is in North-West India. It starts in the Himalaya Mountain Range and flows East emptying out into the Arabian Sea. The Ghats Mountain Range is South of it.
If you don't have your heart set on living here in the valley, that's okay because I'm going to give a couple reasons why you want to live here.
The Indus Valley is made up of two terrains; the grassy greenlands perfect for farming on and the hard, rocky, landscape that makes the most sensational place for exploring.
The Valley has some of the best farm land in the world. As I said earlier the river starts in the Himilaya mountains and flows down toward the plains eventually traveling through them. The Indus River gets silt from the mountains leaving it behind at the plains. Silt is fine bits of clay or sand that acts as the most amazing fertilizer. It makes the ground rich with nutrients making farming on the plains easy as pie. You need to farm for food or you could use it to trade for other provision. Without the the farming you wouldn't have food to eat so you wouldn't survive.
Entertainment is considered rare by other communities outside of life in the Indus Valley. They have so much to do to survive that they don't have the time or the resources to even think about doing something extra. The Indus Valley is advanced in this area. They have indoor bathrooms and different types of toys and games. Games and toys include dice, clay marbles, grooved tracks, and game boards. The rough and rocky land toward the Ghat mountains make the perfect place for kids to explore during their free time.