Individual rooms are 15 by 6 meters long, and have sleeper walls for airspace between them. At each end of the rooms are three raised platforms.
Harappa, Punjab ancient Indus civilization excavations, figurines, seals and other objects.
No grain, storage containers or clay sealings such as would have been attached to goods for shipment were found in the so-called "Granaries" of Harappa or Mohenjo-daro.
The so-called "Great Granary" in Mound F. Its earliest levels date to 2450 B.C. A similar structure, also about 50 meters long and built on a massive brick or mud-brick platform, was found at Mohenjo-daro.
Close shot of re-constructed platform. The white is salt creeping up from the ground, a problem in many areas of the site.
These platforms are often called workmen's platforms, and were first thought to have been used to thresh grain for what was also thought to have been the nearby "Great Granary."
Between Mound AB and Mound F are a number of mysterious circular platforms, originally inside houses and small courtyards.