Correct Answer - Option 4 : None of the above
The Harappan Civilization has been so-called because the first relics of this civilization were found at Harappa. It is also called the Indus Valley Civilization because the earliest sites of this civilization were found in the region of the Indus Valley.
A granary has rectangular and squarish chambers. Its floor is made of ramped earth and plastered with mud.
Granaries in the Indus valley civilization have been found in the two most important regions known as Mohenjodaro, and Harappa.
Mohenjodaro is an important and major site of the Indus Valley Civilization. It was situated to the South of the Indus river.
Great Granary was found at Mohen-jo Daro, while six small granaries were found at Harappa.
- The largest building discovered at Mohenjodaro is Great Granary.
As it is clear that the great granary was discovered in Mohenjodaro. Thus, none of the above is the correct answer.
- Working floors consisting of rows of circular brick platforms were discovered to the south of the granaries in Harappa.
- It is believed that it was built for threshing grains as remains of grains of wheat and barley were found in crevices of the floor.
- Near the granaries, two-roomed barracks have been found which might have housed labourers.
- The granary was built on a raised platform to protect it from floods.