A mere 28km from Larkana town is one of the most fascinating spots you could possibly visit in Pakistan: Mohenjo Daro, a significant representative of the Indus Valley Civilisation or IVC and one of the biggest cities of its time. Presumed to have been founded around four and a half millennia in the past, the city is said to have been vacated by its inhabitants and left a ghost town around 1800 BC, after which time and elements conspired to leave it forgotten for about several thousand years. It was only rediscovered in the 20th century, and since then, it has become one of the most talked-about cities in archaeology, leaving archaeologists with more queries than answers even to this day.
Mohenjo Daro used to be on a ridge like most other cities in this time and region, to avoid flooding. Changes in topographic character for [Read more…]