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Which material was used to make things in the Indus Valley civilization?
Last Updated: 9th June, 2020
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Also asked, what was the main building material in the Indus Valley?
Building Materials The main materials used were sun-dried and burnt bricks, which were made in molds of 1:2:4 ratios. Easy availability of wood for burning meant baked bricks were used in abundance in Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro.
Subsequently, question is, what did the Indus Valley Civilization contribute? The people of the Indus civilization achieved great accuracy in measuring length, mass, and time. They were among the first to develop a system of uniform weights and measures. Their measurements were extremely precise.
Also question is, what were Indus Valley houses made of?
Most houses of Indus Valley were made from mud, mud bricks or clay bricks.
What did Indus Valley Civilization invent?
The people of Indus valley invented an instrument for measuring the horizon and the tidal dock. The people of Harappa made new techniques in metallurgy and they produced copper, lead, tin, and bronze. They also had the knowledge of gold testing. Mud-brick wall from the Indus city of Harappa.