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The Indus River civilization existed 5,000 years ago in the modern countries of Pakistan and northern India. The largest Indus cities were named Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro.
The people of Monhenjo-Daro were actively in trade with other people of the Indus River Valley. Seals, sculptures, and other artifacts from Monhenjo-Daro or the Indus River Valley Civilization have been found in Mesopotamia.
Most of the Indus people spent more time on the roof than inside their homes because it was warm inside so they used the roof as extra rooms. With a number of courtyard houses have both a washing platform and a dedicated toilet waste disposal hole that ends up in the drain.
To shower the Indus people would stand on brick and tip clean water over themselves from a jar. The dirty water went down a pipe into a drain in the street.
To keep the Indus people entertained they would make toy carts and toy animals from baked clay. They also had animals such as dogs, farm animals and others.
The reasons why the people choose to live in a river valley was because they needed river water to drink and to wash and water their fields they also used it for religious ceremonies.
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