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Raw materials are substances that are either found naturally (such as wood, or ores of metals)or produced by farmers or herders. These are then processed to produce finished goods. For example,cotton, produced by farmers, is a raw material that may be processed to make cloth. While some of the raw materials that the Harappans used were available locally, many items such as copper, tin,gold, silver and precious stones had to be brought from distant places.The Harappans probably got copper from present-day Rajasthan, and even from Oman in West Asia.Tin, which was mixed with copper to produce bronze, may have been brought from present-day Afghanistan and Iran. Gold could have come all the way from present-day Karnataka, and precious stones from present-day Gujarat, Iran and Afghanistan.

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