Northern end of cutting on east side of Stupa, showing the Indus structures from north.
[Original 1931 text] Of the drains which served this building and which belonged to the later reconstruction, one (EE) is carried east and west along the inner side of its northern wall through Chambers 10 and 11 and so beneath the monastery shrine (3); a second (FF) empties itself from the bathroom 67 into the street drain (HH) on the north; and a third (GG) running south to north through Room 68 also discharges into the street drain HH a few feet further west [above]. (Marshall, Vol. I, pp. 125-126)