Eastern Reservoir, Dholavira - a Harappan city
A well known archaeological site, Dholavira in Bhachau Taluka of Kutch District, State of Gujarat, India, has the remains of ancient Indus Valley and Harappan Civilization. Locally famed as Kotada Timba, this site is one of the five largest Harappan sites and the major archaeological sites in India that belongs to the Indus Valley Civilization.
The site was discovered in 1967 and has been under excavation since 1990 by the Archaeological Survey of India. To augment its historic significance, Dholavira has a unique feature - a sophisticated water conservation system of channels and reservoirs. Said to have been the earliest system found anywhere in the world, these water reservoirs are completely built of stone. Shown here is the eastern reservoir in Dholavira.
How to reach:
Nearest railway station: Bhuj, via State Highway 51, about 220 km
Nearest airport: Bhuj, via State Highway 51, about 222 km