Walking tour of Mohenjo-daro in 2013. High Quality footage, some captions, no commentary, very useful for education purposes - to introduce the site, and promote discussion of its key features and buildings. Includes the Museum & shows damage done by erosion.
The talented filmmaker Saqib Mausoof's work on Mohenjo-daro integrates the ancient into lived experience from individual viewpoints of a range of people inspired by Mohenjodaro, ideas about it, and its iconic artifacts; Mohenjo-daro ought to be far better known, and conserved and it can mean many things to us.
Drs. Dennis Frenez and Massimo Vidale, two leading Indus scholars discuss the layout and features in Mohenjo-daro, including the so-called "Little Great Bath" and Indus water symbolism. Interesting conjectures around, for example, structures around trees in the city, as well as some of the more interesting houses in the city's HR-A area, including Marshall's House VIII that suggests some houses endured, with changes, for centuries.
A short documentary of Indian history from the civilisations of Mohenjo Daro and Harappa through the ages until Islamic Imperialism. Featured historians include Sunil Kumar, Dr Vivek Nanda of UCL, Dr David Hardiman of Warwick University.
Sir Mortimer Wheeler's tour, though outdated in many aspects, has some great footage, close shots of Indus objects, presented by this charismatic archaeologist and co-founder of the Institute of Archaeology, UK.