Mohenjo-Daro

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  • Hello! Welcome to Mohenjo Joro. We live in India on the Indus River. We made this place in the 26th century!
  • These are our houses. We live in stone houses that were about 2-3 stories high. Many of our houses had a sewage system which was built out of mud bricks. We had about 700 wells which brought us underground water!
  • Almost all of our house units was equipped with a private bathing area with drains to take the dirty water out into a larger drain that emptied into a sewage drain. Many of our bathing areas had water-tight floors to keep moisture from seeping into the other rooms nearby or below.
  • Our water had a special place in our culture. Everyday we cleanse, which is an obligation in these religions. When we clean ourselves with it, our worshippers believe that they are not only cleaning the body but also our minds and our souls. The Great Bath of ours is found in Mohenjoro-daro, Address.
  • Our seals had animal motifs on them. Our seals that are primarily found in large cities include dangerous wild animals such as water buffalo. All of the animals would have been familiar to us people living at the edge of thick jungles and swampy grasslands of the Indus Plan, which was revealed to revere as totemic animals, closely associated with important myths and legends.
  •  And last, our trade. We are engaged in with other people of the Indus Valley and with Mesopotamian civilization. Some evidence is standardized weights, measures and scales which are found in our city. Seals, sculptures, and other artifacts were in Mesopotamia; we made them! Or at least the Indus River Valley Civilization. That's all we have to say! Thanks
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