The site is located just north of the village of Pandi Wahi, near the Nari Nai in Johi town, district Dadu. The remains are 119 m long, 107 m wide with a reasonable height of 6 m from its surrounding level. A spring which has its head just south of Karkot up to Nari Nai channel from Pandi Wahi, flows into the Nari Nai and passes near the site.
Part of the site has been used as a modern burial ground while excavations were carried out at the site earlier which revealed that the earliest levels at the site are dominated by the bio-chrome pottery of Amri culture and from the top-most level of the site this bio-chrom pottery was mixed with a black-on red pottery which is similar to the of the Harappan period pottery. Beside pottery collection terracotta, steatite, stone, lapis lazuli beads, terracotta “cakes” and chert flakes were also reported from the site of pandi Wahi.