Harappan Culture

By: Cordelia Leija


The Harappan people believed in/ worshipped many different Gods and Goddesses, they also worshipped symbols


The Harappan language is unknown, there is no one to translate it so nobody knows the meaning of the words/hieroglyphs


They are part of the Indus Valley civilization. Indus Valley civilization was mainly an urban culture sustained by surplus agricultural production and commerce, the latter including trade with Sumer in southern Mesopotamia. Both Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa are generally characterized as having "differentiated living quarters, flat-roofed brick houses, and fortified administrative or religious centers.


The Harappans traded with the Mesopotamians and many different places. This is a picture of whom they traded with.