Inamgaon in Maharashtra is one of the largest Chalcolithic settlements in India. It has been estimated that at one time, about 1,000 people may have lived here. The settlement lasted from 1500 BC to 600 BC.
As many as 134 mud houses have been excavated at Inamgaon. The chief had a big house. There is a granary, where the year's crop could have been stored. It was not very fertile in Mineral Wealth. However, the exported Copper from Harappa was used by them to make tools. They commonly ate meat, fish, barley, lentils, wheat, peas, gram and beans.
Inamgaonians worshipped bulls and cows. They also worshipped a female goddess, similar to that of the Harappans.