Posted on July 18, 2009
Filed Under >Agha Waseem Ahmed, >Zubair Shafi Ghauri, Culture & Heritage, History, Travel
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14 responses to “Lakhan-jo-Daro”

  1. Hamid Shafiq says:

    present condition of lakhan jo daro is worst becuase around the place is only rain water. some people of flood water make their tents which destroy the maximum archelogical points. i think its only in pictures rest ntohing.

  2. Adam Insaan says:

    Do accept my appreciation for the information given on this post. It has been rather informative to read about this penetration through the layers of soil belonging to our beloved `Terra MATER Pakistanum

  3. Agha Waseem Ahmed says:

    Sind – A General Introduction

  4. Owais Mughal says:

    Waseem I proudly own a book on Sindh’s archaeological history. It is titled ‘Sind – A General Introduction’ by M.T. Lambrick. It was published University of Sindh Jamshoro in 1962. After I got the hint on ‘Lakha tribe’ from you, I went looking for any reference to it. ‘Lakhan jo Dero’ is not mentioned because that excavation is pretty recent but there is some material on ‘Lakha tribe’. I was surprised to know the Lakha tribes have been living in this area from pre-Islam days. This makes it very likely that more archaeological sites may be found near the present day excavations of ‘Lakhan do Daro’