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Some degree of regional variation within the Indus Civilization is understandable given its vast geographical expanse and variation in resources. For example, baked bricks were commonly used for construction at Mohenjo daro in Sind and at Harappa in the Punjab where stone is rare, whereas limestone masonry was more common at Dholavira in Gujarat.

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