Culture of Indus Valley Civilization
There are many cultures developed during the Indus Valley Civilisation which are followed by the Harappan society. During the early days of their culture, the Indus people buried their dead. Afterwards, they conducted cremations and kept the ashes in urns. They may have believed in life after death after the discovery of pottery items and ornaments in the burial grounds.
Contact with other civilisations such as Sumer and Egypt that were wealthy and progressive for the time the Indus valley flourished by themselves. The religious practices of this society were Hindu basis and they added and developed new traditions and elements of their religion making something particularly traditional their own.
Indus Valley Civilization was also one of the first civilisations to develop irrigation and farming systems, as well as developing farming to produce mass materials. The Indus valley also developed a form of tax, which involved the giving of grain as a base of economy which was seen as superior and very original of the time.