Political organization Looking at the prevalence and development of Harappan culture, it seems that this civilization was governed by some central power.
We have no clear information about the actual nature of the Harappan political system. Wheeler called the rule of the people of the Indus civilization as middle class democratic rule and Stuart Piggatt, accepting the importance of religion in it, considered Harappa and Mohenjodaro as twin capitals.
According to Hunter, the rule of Mohenjodaro was democratic rather than monarchical. did . In the view of Stuart Piggatt, there was an influence of the priestly class on the administration of the Indus region. According to Mackay, the rule of Mohenjodaro was in the hands of a representative ruler.