Food of Indus Valley Civilization
Indus valley Civilization people were not likely to be vegetarian .They eat fish and they eat meat of animals. There is no evidence found by historians which proved that they are vegetarian. Mostly from various article we come to know that pre historic people are non vegetarian they eat meat.<.
The Indus Valley civilization grew wheat and barley as their staple food. Besides this, they also grew peas, sesamum, lentils and other pulses. In some places, particularly Gujarat, they also grew millets. It has not been proved if they consumed rice or not. Though they fed wild rice to their cattle, rice does not become an important crop until post-Harappan phase.
Fruits were also included in their diet, notably, melon, pomegranate, coconut fruit and banana. The people of the valley were habituated in creating ornaments in the shape of various fruits which were found during excavation. Dates, grapes and melons were also grown by farmers.
The people of the Indus Valley civilization were not all vegetarians. Meat formed an important part of their diet. Included in this list are chicken, mutton, beef, pork, fresh local fishes and dried fishes from the sea coast. Buffaloes, sheep, goats and cows were reared for milk too. Along with that, they also hunted deer, antelopes and wild boars.