The economies of the early civilizations of Mohenjo-daro and Harappa were based primarily on __________.
growing cotton for export
trade with China
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i wanna say its the first one .. but they also did trade sooo idk plz help . @rylan4au
These economies were essentially agro-pastoral in nature and the agricultural elements included cereals (wheat and barley), pulses, oilseeds, cotton and numerous other plant products. The pastoral elements were both sedentary and nomadic and were made up mainly of cattle (Bos indicus) and sheep & goat. The urban centres such as Harappa, Mohenjo Daro, Rakhigarhi, Kalibangan, Ganveriwala and Dholavirawere centres of craft specialisations such as copper mettalurgy, bead manufacture, faience manufacture, (most probably) cloth making, and the creation of various speciality and prestige goods whose manufactue was not viable at smaller rual centres.