WELCOME TO HARAPPA
STAY AND ENJOY THE SUNNY DAYS NEAR THE ICY COLD RIVER
HOW TO GET THERE
First you get on your fancy elephant. Then head north, towards the sun. Once you see yards of flowers and elephants, there are two paths always pick the one on the right or you will go to the crummy Mohenjo-Daro. Next you follow that path for 2 miles then you should see a very big a beautiful house. Finally you walk in and you are here.
- They made many toys, such as toy carts and toy animals, from baked clay.
- Indus children may also have played with pull-along animals on wheels, as well as rattles and bird-whistles all made from terracotta.
- Dancing was also a main part of entertainment in Ancient India.
- Through ages, dance has been used as a vehicle of worship and manifestation.
- Dance has been an indispensable element of the ancient Indian society.
- Others drove wooden carts pulled by bullocks.
- Palanquin- Palanquins were also known as palkis. They were one of the luxurious methods used by the rich and noblemen for travelling
- In the early Vedic period from 1500 to 900 BCE, boats were described as dugouts with oars for paddling. These were used mostly for inland transport.
- Many workmen probably just wore a loincloth, which looked a bit like baggy shorts.
- Rich men wore tunics.
- Women wore dresses that probably covered much of the body though some might have been topless.
- Indus people kept cattle, pigs, sheep and goats for food.
- Cows provided milk and meat.
- Farmers grew fruit such as dates, grapes and melons, and field crops such as wheat and peas.
- Indus Valley people ate a healthy diet.
- Most people probably ate more fruit and vegetables than meat.