|1. Some archaeologists are of the opinion that Harappan society had no rulers and that everybody enjoyed equal status.|
|2. Others feel there was no single ruler but several, that Mohenjodaro had a separate ruler, Harappa another and so forth.|
|3. Yet others argue that there was a single state, given the similarity in artefacts, the evidence for planned settlement, the standardized ratio of brick size and the establishments near sources of raw material.|
|4. Of all, the last theory seems the most plausible as it is unlikely that entire communities could have collectively made and implemented such complex decisions.|
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