Citadel of Indus Valley Civilization
Citadels are the uppermost parts or upper town of the Indus Valley Civilization is their town planning. Citadel literally means a raised platform or a high ground. This Citadel is a headquarters for the masters of this society. It is also the place where maesters convene, study, and train new members, and it is also the residence of the archmaesters. They are funded by taxes from oldtown. House Hightower of old town has played a very integral role in finding the citadel.
In ancient civilizations like the Harappan culture, these high grounds were used for building structures like granaries to protect grains from floods and rodents. In contemporary kingdoms, these were the suitable place where fortresses were built as being raised from surrounding areas it was safe and provided an added advantage over enemy soldiers. Army and artilleries were kept in the citadel. Important persons in the kingdom built their dwellings on citadel.
Important buildings such as the Great Bath, granary, assembly halls and workshops were built in this part of the city. The citadel points towards an elaborate and efficient planning of the city which justifies that the Harappan Civilisation was an urban civilisation.