People of Indus Valley Civilization built houses of?

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Daily Online General Knowledge Quiz:Previous year paper gk questions with answers in English.19. The people of the Indus Valley civilization usually built houses

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19. The people of the Indus Valley civilization usually built their houses of?
A.      Pucca Bricks
B.      Stone
C.      Wood
D.     
All of the above

Pucca Bricks or burnt bricks

🔑Key Points

✔Houses of Indus Valley Civilization were one or two stories high, made of baked (Pucca) bricks, with flat roofs. Each was built around a courtyard, with windows overlooking the courtyard. The outside walls had no windows.

Rich Indus Valley people lived in houses built around courtyards. Stairs led to a flat roof where there was extra space to work and relax.

There was not much furniture. The homes had well for water and bathrooms with pipes that carried waste into main drains.

Indus Valley homes had toilets, which were first in the world.

Cleanliness was important to the Indus Valley people. Bathing may have played a significant role in religious rituals.



                                                                                                                    

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