The following guidelines should be followed when writing for the Indus Tales:
- Avoid long sentences, the use of overly academic language, and the usage of contractions for e.g. ‘Don’t’ should be spelled as ‘Do Not’.
- Maintain utmost neutrality and complete respect towards the belief systems, ethnicities, and regions mentioned in your writing.
- A professional level of grammar and spellings should be maintained. The usage of Grammarly is advised.
- Ascertain that all texts are factually correct and congruent with the sources which should be mentioned at the end. Sources should preferably be books and journals.
- The usage of BCE/CE instead of BC/AD is advised.
- Relevant images should be delivered with a description and origin. Photos can be open source and procured from Wikimedia Commons.
- Articles should be anywhere between 500 to 1500 words.
- Submissions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org