The ancient Indus port of Lothal as envisaged by the Archaeological Survey of India.
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Arrows extend from Harappa to likely source areas for raw materials such as agate, lapis lazuli, steatite, marine shell and copper. These raw materials were transformed into ornaments and tools at Harappa for local trade. The Ravi Phase denotes a
Gola Dhoro, Bagasra, gateway looking northwest over surrounding salt plains from the top of the mound.
Mound AB, whose origins actually go back five and a half thousands years to 3500 BCE, seen from the rich crop fields that surround many ancient Indus cities including Mohenjo-daro and Dholavira.
The dominant sight at Lothal is the massive dockyard which has helped make this place so important to international archaeology.