Woman used to make pottery and jewelry to sell as goods and as decoration. They made many other goods too, such as toys, urns, whistles, and many more.
There were no kings or queens in the Indus civilization. The city of Mohenjo Daro was most likely governed as a city-state. Monhenjo Daro had a relatively equal system.
They had very advanced water systems (Baths, Toilets, Wells, Sewers, ect.). Only the rich had running water and toilets though.
Cities were built on mud platforms to prevent it from being washed away during a flood. They had to develop many ways to overcome the challenges they faced from the living by the river.
The Great Bath was thought to be used to cleanse and purify themselves before religious ceremonies.
Mohenjo Daro was split into two sections; the Citadel and the Lower Town. The Rich lived in the Citadel and had fancy houses with running water and toilets, whereas the poor lived in the lower city. 3/4 of the city was the lower town.