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Located along the Indus river that begins in Himalayan mountains and ends at Arabian Sea
Trader exchanged goods like food, beads, pots, and cotton clothes
Most Indus cities had a central well where people could get clean water.
Bathrooms - People stood on a brick 'shower tray' and tipped clean water over themselves from a jar.
Streets were laid out in a grid, with different areas for poor and rich people.
Cities were built with strong walls and gateways.
Daily cleansing is an obligation in these religions.
Water is important to ancient India and Hinduism because it has physical and Spiritually power.
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