Describe the dress and ornaments of Indus people

A large number of spindles were found, which indicate that thread of cotton and wool were spun in those days. One male figure reveals that usually two garments were worn, an undergarment resembling the modern dhoti and a shawl. The female wore the dress more or less like the males. Men and women both wore ornaments whether they were rich or poor. Finger rings, necklaces, fillets, armlets were worn by both men and women, while girdles, ear rings and anklets were worn only by females.

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