Indians settled mainly along large rivers. However, people built villages on the outskirts of the jungle, in which there were many animals and birds. Indians were engaged in agriculture and hunting, fishing. Crafts also flourished: pottery, jewelry, weaving, blacksmithing and others.
With the help of buffaloes, the Indians plowed the fields. The villagers grew wheat, barley, vegetables. Where there was a lot of water, rice was cultivated. They have learned to grow cotton. It was used to make yarn, from which lightweight fabrics, comfortable in hot climates, were made.
From sugar cane, a sweet powder is obtained – sugar. Various plants and flowers were used to obtain spices and incense, which were not found anywhere else.
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