Welcome to Mohenjo-Daro where: northen India when: 3300-1300B.C river: indus river
This is my home.
The Great Bath/ Religious Purification
I am about to dive in The Great Bath.
"Hey ill trade you one bag of wheat for one bag of minerals"
Most people had small homes, they barley had space fpr themselves, as they also used there homes as small workshops.
The indus people had somthing that was called 'The Great Bath'. Which is like ritual bathing, the indus people thought it helped with purity. The indus people also have a mother goddess. They belived that the mother goddess have fertility to people, animals, and plants. They also belives it gave them health.
We are playing Chess
The indus people used some things called seal wich are labels. They were used as labels for the people to see whos bag or stuff it was used to show that the correct tax was payed. the indus people traded they would trade for example two sacks or wheat for one basket of minerals.
The indus people showers were very small. A central wall would standon, and there was a shower tray, and they would just dump the water over them. The dirty water would go through some pipes and would go to the streets and thats were the dirty water went to. Their toilets were these little holes that had pipes going down through the holes and when they would use the bathroom it would just go down through the pipes.
Some of the games they played were, a close version of chess, they also played with dice or clay animals. The indus people also had animals such as monkeys, dogs, birds, theres probbaly more animals the indus people had.