The corbelled arch drain from the great bath is large enough to walk into. It has a small ledge on either side of the actual drain channel.
Ancient Indus civilization sanitation related facilities.
Toilets would have been an essential feature in Mohenjo-daro, but the early excavators identified most toilets as post-cremation burial urns or sump pots. This brick structure (one of two - see Slide 48) had a hole in the top that was connected to a
This well was associated with a finely constructed bathing platform. A stairway leads up to the well and platform from a lower room.
This bathing platform is located next to the street, and is made with bricks laid flat. A small drain running along one side of the bathing floor channels dirty water out to the street.
A bathing platform in SD area with brick floor made with flat paved bricks. Many bathing platforms were made with watertight floors constructed with bricks laid on their edge.
A bathing platform in UM area with blocked up doorway leading into the room. The brick floor was made with carefully fitted flat paved bricks and a smaller catchment drain along the side of the platform.