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Mohenjo-Daro:

see Indus valley civilizationIndus valley civilization,
ancient civilization that flourished from about 2500 B.C. to about 1500 B.C. in the valley of the Indus River and its tributaries, in the northwestern portion of the Indian subcontinent, i.e., present-day Pakistan.
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Mohenjo-Daro

 

(translated from Sindhi as “the mound of the dead”), the ruins of one of the principal centers of the Harappa civilization. Discovered in 1922 by the Indian archaeologist R. Banerji, Mohenjo-Daro was subsequently excavated by J. Marshall, E. Mackay, and R. Wheeler. Its study has made it possible to identify the principal stages and characteristic features of the Harappa civilization.

REFERENCES

Mackay, E. Drevneishaia kul’tura doliny Inda. Moscow, 1951.
Mohenjo-Daro and the Indus Civilization, vols. 1–3. London, 1931.
Mode, H. Das Frühe Indien. Weimar, 1960.

Mohenjo-Daro

an excavated city in SE Pakistan, southwest of Sukkur near the River Indus: flourished during the third millennium bc
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He said the neglected areas of the history must be revisited with the help of joint ventures because it is the soul responsibility of historian to embark their research on Moen Jo Daro Trade root, Sindh separation from Bombay, Sindh's role in Pakistan Movement.
Earlier, Pakistan ratified the Convention Concerning the Protection of World Cultural and Natural Heritage in 1976 under the leadership of Prime Minister Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto paving the way of marking Moen Jo Daro, Taxila, Buddhist Ruins of Takht-i-Bahi and neighbouring city remains at Sahr-i-Bahlol, Fort and Shalamar Gardens in Lahore, Historical Monuments at Makli, Thatta, and Rohtas Fort as World Heritage Sites on the globe.
A wooden stage of the size of 80 feet wide and 50 feet long was fabricated for the guests to take their seats on in front of the ruins of Moen Jo Daro.
The roads form Moen jo Daro Airport to lakhi Ghulam Shah via Larkana-Naudero, Road from Larkana to Nasirabad Road from Larkana to Kamber and other roads under the package will be completed, besides, the drainage system of Larkana will also be improved, in this regard an amount of Rs.
57 am on August 15 to save the equipment from damage, consequently 132 KV Grid Stations at Radhan, Moen Jo Daro, Mero Khan, Kambar, Warrah , Shahdad Kot, Ghari Khaira, Ruto Dero, Naudero and Larkana as well as 66 KV grids at Usta Muhammad, Jhal Magsi and Ganda Kha Grids were affected.
He added that the work on Ratodero to Naudero Road, Larkana to Kamber Road, Larkana to Naseerabad Road, Larkana to Moen jo Daro Road and Larkana to Rasheed Wagan Road which will be completed in due course of time.
Consequently 132 kV Radhan, Moen Jo Daro, Mero Khan, Kambar, Warrah , Shahdad Kot, Ghari Khaira, Ruto Dero, Naudero and Larkana Grids were also shut.
While other flights such as Karachi to Moen Ja Daro, Moen Jo Daro to Sukkur and Sukkur to Karachi were also cancelled due to bad weather conditions; where as some domestic flights are also being delayed.
Addressing the students and faculty on the occasion the President said that Moen jo daro was the cradle of human civilization that was known as the Manhattan of the Bronze Age.
Unveiling along with Professor GU Binglin, President of the University the sign board is inscribed with Walking into the greatest civilization-A glimp of Moen jo daro and Gandhara.