First Row Standing (from Left to Right): Mr. Sane, Mr. Damle, Mr. Oke, Mr. Bhojraj, Mr. Ghanekar, Mr. Prabhudesai, Mr. Deshpande, Mr. Gokhule. Second Row Standing (from Left to Right): Mr. Junnarkar, Mr. Katri, Mr. Dikshit, Mr. Kulkarni, Mr.
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An inlet channel 1.7 meters above the bottom level of the 4.26 meter deep tank allowed excess water to escape. Other inlets prevented siltation of the tanks and erosion of the banks.
Overview of the "granary" area looking towards the southeast. The walls have been partly restored for conservation purposes by the Department of Archaeology and Museums, Government of Pakistan.
The gateway area is located at the southeast corner of Mound E and is part of a mudbrick perimeter wall that was first recognized in 1990. The bastion area consists of a Period 3B (2450-2200 B.C.) wall built upon a Period 3A (2600-2450 B.C.) wall,
Desert nomads of Cholistan in Punjab come to the annual festival at Channan Pir. They bring with them produce from their herds and minerals from the desert.
Rice fields almost ready for the fall (kharif) harvest reach to the edges of the Indus River near Mohenjo-daro.
The central area of Mound A/AB was continuosly rebuilt in ancient times. Behind the curved wall is a well and below it what may have been a public bathing area.