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Hello. My name is Pikon. I am going to give you a tour of the Indus people of Mohenjo Daro. Let's go back in time nearly 5,000 years to what we know today as Pakistan and Northern India.
This is the Indus River. The Indus people lived along the River. It gave them fertile land for crops, water to drink and wash with, and water for ceremonies.
Indus homes were mostly mud bricks that dried up overtime.
Indus people worked from home so there was not much room. The roof was used as an extra floor.
There was a central well for clean water. Indus people used a brick "shower tray" and clean water to bathe. Dirty water from bathing and toilets flowed out of the homes through pipes into a drain in the street.
Indus people did not have money, so they traded goods like grain and jewelry. Traders put clay seals on their goods to identify them. They traveled long distance by boat to trade.
This is the legendary Great Bath. For religious purposes, Indus people washed themselves in the Great Bath to become pure in heart.
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