A large reservoir located on the northern periphery of the city. According to town planning and location of middle and lower town, large reservoirs were used for industrial purposes.
10) A large reservoir with a storm water drain on from the Southern end. This is a part of a series of reservoirs found on the south, west and north of the built-up area. A feeding drain can be seen emerging from the south of the reservoir.
A storm water drain leading to the reservoir near north wall is seen in the picture. The water harvesting channel filled up reservoirs adjacent to North, South and East sides of Dholavira.
Middle town from the Castle. A deep well used for drawing water from the ground during the Harappan and Late Harappan Period.
The view of middle town as seen from the eastern wall periphery. The middle and lower towns were built on the northern part of the Dholavira while the Citadel was on the south part of the Dholavira.
Top view of the rectangular basal slab with robust locking mechanism. Entire pillars rested on these superstructures [?]. These were used as a mounting point for side walls of chambers and to provide support to the roof structure.
A set of three rectangular basal slabs used to support the pillar column and mud bricks. The image shows finely crafted pillar base on which the composite pillar members were placed in order.
An entry point into the Dholavira city and offering a vantage point over the sprawling cityscape is the North Gate. There are two large and elevated chambers flanked by sunken passageways on both sides. It is connected with L-shaped staircases.