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Archeologists have called one of the large buildings in Harappa ‘The Great Granary,’ but now there is some doubt as to whether it ever held any grain.
The way they would use it was for measuring wheat in a granary. They would then take wheat and crush it into flour. Then they would use different sized weights to measure the amount of flour and then the flour READ MORE
Some of its features were the stone blocks and its toilets in the houses
its your mom so ya im sorry to tell yu dat and ur fat
they clean and make food
The classes, or castes, of ancient India were the brahmins, kshatriyas, vaisyas and sudras. The brahmins were the priest class, the kshatriyas the ruler and warrior class, the vaisyas the merchants, artisans, farmers, etc., and the sudras the peasants and READ MORE
The Harappan culture spread to Sindh, Gujarat. Undivided Punjab (including Harayana), Jammu, Western parts of Uttar Pradesh and Northern parts of Rajasthan (Kalibangan). The remains found in these places are similar to those found in Harappa and Mohenjo-daro.
Harrapan society required anautocratic form of government in order to organize and supervisethe daily tasks due to the size of the village which at that timewas extremely large, forming down the Indus River which runs forhundreds of miles.