In fact Indus Saravati Civilisation flourished in more than 1 lac sq. km. area, covering Uttrakhand, UP, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Pakistan. It extended from Makrana in the West to Alamgirpur (UP) in the east, from Afghanistan in northwest and Manda (J & K) in North to Bhagatrao in Gujarat.
Suggested Reading for more details-
2. Bhadra, B.K., A.K. Gupta, and J.R. Sharma. 2009. Saraswati Nadi in Haryana and its linkage with the Vedic Saraswati River–Integrated study based on satellite images and ground based information. Journal of Geological Society of India, Bangalore, Vol.73: 273-288.
3. Michael Denino. 2010. The Lost River - On the Trail of the Sarasvati. Penguine Books
5. Valdiya, K.S. 2002. Saraswati –The River That Disappeared. Hyderabad: University Press (India):116.