The Indus Valley Civilization is one of the most crucial discoveries of the 20th Century. This civilization flourished between 3000 to 2400 BC and was extended largely from Pakistan-Iran borders to the valleys of Himalaya and the Gulf of Cambay or Khambat which is a bay on Arabian sea cost of India. In this novel the author terms Mohenjodaro as Dilmun and Harappa as Hariyupika. Readers will get to experience to understand the culture and the thinking process and decision making techniques of that era. This story revolves around the life and struggle of a woman who allegedly killed a man who wanted to rape her and gets punished by the king (Nagar-palak) as to be thrown away beyond the boundaries of the city Dilmun. But she survives and gave birth to a male child. Later she plans a revenge with the help of her son successfully but again as the story proceeds she gets the punishment for a murder she has not committed but this time by her son. The details and reasoning of the event can be read in this unforgettable novel named Dilmun.