Another class of objects, even if incomplete, were also immediately familiar to Day Ram Sahni: "(16) An earthen instrument for making twines. It is a curved shaped piece with five holes, one of which is broken off.
Sahni recognized the object on the right [C 2]as linked to twining as well:"A conical-shaped object with a hole in the base which might have held a wooden stick. Such instruments are used for twining the sacred thread" (p.
"Base of a terracotta image containing feet of a deity with an uncertain, figure between them (B 54)." - Daya Ram Sahni, Annual Progress Report of the Archaeological Survey [of India], Hindu and Buddhist Monuments, Northern Circle for the Year Ending
Daya Ram Sahni described these four objects as a "a terracotta dog (A 166), a ram (A 233) ; and two bulls (A 310 and C 14)" the latter of which he considered "nicely made" (p. 13, 26). The ram was found in the large earthen chati (A 233). He