A one kilometer to Harappa road sign in Urdu with Mound AB in the distance.
Slides of the mounds in Harappa and other archaeological sites in the Indus Valley by Omar Khan
Contemporary guard hut overlooking the "Granary." Many questions about ancient Harappa will never be answered.
No "Great Bath" like that in Mohenjo-daro has been found in Harappa, and it is not known if one existed among the miles of ruins carted off for railway construction in the early 1850's.
These doorways in modern Harappa show how a town grows into a mound. Dust and dirt in streets slowly collect and cover doorways. Ultimately they are abandoned and new doorways and buildings are constructed above them.
In the distance, the modern town of Harappa survives on another set of mounds. During ancient times they were separated from Mound AB in the foreground by a river channel.
These giant ringstones are similar to ones found in Mohenjo-daro and Dholavira. Local legend claims they were the rings of a giant 17th century saint (Baba Nur Shah) who is buried on Mound AB.