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This is Mohenjo-Daro we are the largest city in the Indus river valley civilization in 2600 B.C.E.
In Mohenjo-Daro our houses didn't have windows facing the street because we wanted to keep out the dust and the noise. Our houses are made out of mud bricks.
For our showers we put water in a bowl and pour it on our self. We also bathed in the Indus river.
To our religion, water has physical and spiritually cleansing powers. You have to cleanse daily in our religion. Also cleans your mind and soul of bad thoughts.
The seals are used as receipts for trading. They are pushed into wet clay to make an impression.
We trade with outside country's and other civilizations. We trade finished goods for gems, silver and terracotta pots. Traders were responsible for buying materials.
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