This bathing area in Harappa today is identical to ancient bathing areas.
Modern views of ancient Indus Valley sites.
The technique for making tiny beads is still practiced by craftsmen today. Mullah Ashoor from Peshawar is seen grinding a string of tiny steatite beads that will later be fired to make them hard
Local farmers near Mohenjo-daro breed bulls for racing with small carts. This pair has just won a race.
Throughout Pakistan and India, special breeds of sheep are raised for sacrifice during religious festivals such as Qurbani Eid.
The technique of glazing blue-green tiles using recipes that are very similar to those used by the Indus craftsmen is still practiced in many centers throughout the Indus valley.
Flat bottomed ferry boats are used even today to help travelers cross the Indus River near Mohenjo-daro.
Although long distance travel on the Indus River is no longer feasible due to the construction of barrages and dams, local trade of firewood and other daily necessities is still moved up and down or across the river.