The ancient ruins locally known as Dhamraho jo Daro, consisting three in number, lie north-west to the village of Dhamrao, 9 km from Badah Railway station on Badah-Mehar metaled road and is easily accessible through all type of wheeled communication from Badah Railway station.
These mounds are almost circular in plan and conical in shape while the mound in extreme northwest side is highest amongst all. It is strewn with potsherds and old brick – bats to the extent that it gives red surface of pottery color if look from a distance. Unfortunately due to lack of awareness local people use it sometime for obtaining brick-bats, some of which are smoothened bricks used in the construction of the Great Bath at Mohenjo Daro. The rest of the mounds which occupy an extensive area are also littered with potsherds along with brickbats and different fragments of T.C objects.