Here, in the city of Harappa, lives a busy Vaisyas family. Right now the father consults a Brahmin. The brahmin is reading vedas, written in sanskrit.
Meanwhile, the oldest daughter of the family goes to work by the citadel. She's also a merchant, like her father. The family sells jewelry and gems.
This is the Indus River. Kids usually come and write their initials in sanskrit in the moist river dirt. The Hindu Kush can be seen behind him.
Farmers, Dalits, made a bunch of wheat, cotton, and barley. The children would even help farm once they knew how. Farmers used irrigation methods from the Indus River. Here, is a monsoon.
Here, we can see some perfectly straight roads. That's because the people of Harappa, India, invented measurements of their own. They also invented sewer systems, or pipes under the ground.
To the left of you is a young teenager riding an elephant to Mohenjo Daro, the neighboring city. Two of the city's inventions, the great bath and the well, can be seen in the background. The city of Harappa is an amazing place.