Restoration and Conservation of Kot Digi Remains District Khairpur Mir's


Archaeological remains of Kot Diji site situated between Ranipur and Khairpur on the old National highway from Hyderabad. at the east bank of the Indus close to Rohri. The discovery of Kot Diji provides the evidence that there is a civilization before Mohen-jo-daro. Archaeologists say that the discovery of this pre-historic site has furnished information of high significance since it pushed back the pre¬historic of Pakistan by at least another 300 years from about 2,500 B.C. to 2,800 B.C.
Evidence of new cultural elements of pre-Mohen-jo-daro time has been found at Kot Diji. Excavations have proved that the Indus Valley Civilizations borrowed or developed some of the basic cultural elements of the Kot Dijians. The site consists of two parts: one comprising of the citadel area on the high ground where the ruling elite lived and an outer area inhabited by common man.
The Kot Diji culture is marked by well-furnished, well-made pottery and houses built of mud-bricks on solid stone foundations. In fact, the Kot Dijian ceramics, though different in form and technique, are in no way less artistic than the sophisticated back-on-red pottery of Mohen-jo-daro civilization.


We use cookies to improve our website. By continuing to use this website, you are giving consent to cookies being used. More details…