The single, decisive factor that made it possible for mankind to settle in permanent communities was agriculture.
In both civilizations, farming was carried out. During the Indus Civilization, wheat, barley, rice, a number of vegetables, and dates were some of the common crops. The crops produced might have been similar over the two civilizations as both their diets were alike. They also farmed sheep, pigs and cows. Since rainfall was not consistent, they were reliant on the river water.
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