Introduction to Mohenjo-Daro: Where: It is located In countries of Pakistan and northern India. When: It was built in the 26th century what river: Mohenjo-Daro was located west of the Indus River in Larkana District, Sindh, Paksitan
Homes Of Mohenjo-Daro: Indus people had a very short commute to work because they used their homes for workshops. People spent more time on the roof then inside their homes because they used the roof for an extra room, Also to sit with friends
The Toilets in Mohenjo-Daro were toilet holes would be flushed by emptying a jar of water, drawn from the house's central well, through a clay brick pipe and into a shared brick drain. How they took showers in Mohenjo-Daro was they stood on a brick "shower Tray"and tipped the clean water over themselves form a jar. How they kept clean was the dirty water flowed out of the house through pipes into a drain in the street.
The Great Bath and Purification:The Great Bath is one of the best-known structures among the ruins of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization at Mohenjo-daro in Sindh, Pakistan.
If you pressed a seal into soft clay and when the clay dried it could be used as a tag, which could then be tied to a pot or basket and that's how the Indus people used seals.
How the Indus people traded and how they got places quicker was they built boats and built carts with wheels. The products they traded were Gold, Copper, Clothes, Timber, and Food goods.