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Published by Children"s Book Trust in New Delhi .
Written in English


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Statementillustrated by Pulak Biswas.
ContributionsBiswas, Pulak., Children"s Book Trust.
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Open LibraryOL15310421M
ISBN 108170116481

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Books about discoveries at the mound of the dead (Mohenjo-daro) in Sindh, Pakistan between roughly BCE and BCE. Mohenjo-Daro showed much of the refinement of a sophisticated city, with merchants traveling to far-away lands, metal tools, and even indoor plumbing. However, much is still unknown about its people. Life as a Maya Commoner Life as a Maya commoner was full of hard work. The typical peasant worked as a farmer. At the start of the day, the wife would get up early and start a fire for cooking. Then the husband would leave to go work at the fields. After a hard day working at the fields, the farmer would come home and bathe. The daily life of the Indus valley civilization that flourished between BC can be traced from the remains of the ancient sites of the Harappa and Mohenjodaro cities that were discovered by the archaeologists in

In class we learned about the intense city planning discovered at Mohenjo-Daro (modern day Pakistan) in as part of the Indian Archeological Survey led by Sir Mortimer Wheeler. In his article, the “Sewers of Mohenjo-Daro”, published by the Water Environment Federation, Cedric Webster discusses the complex and impressive sanitation. The Maya did not use their own people as slaves. Slaves were captured from other tribes. Archaeologists have pieced together a great deal about the ancient Maya daily life from the artifacts they have found in the ruins of Maya Cities. These artifacts include pottery, clay figures, huge statues, and the remains of pyramids and temples. The Mohenjo-Daro civilization was located within the Indus River Valley along with the Harappan civilization. Being so conveniently located within this area, the Mohenjo-Daro civilization flourished off of an agriculturally based foundation fueled by trade. Currently, this ancient civilization is located in Sindh, Pakistan. Economy. Mohenjo Daro is probably the best known of the Indus Valley civilisation r in style and date to Harappa in north Pakistan, it was built almost entirely of kiln-fired bricks between 2, and 2, BC (12).Originally square in outline, the City was laid out along the lines of a grid.