Cholistan Archeology: Excavation Launched At Buried City Along Dead Hakra River

Punjab Archaeology Department discovered 7,000 years old Ganweriwala city was buried across the area of over eighty hectares and it was the second largest city after Mohenjodaro.

Veteran Archaeologist Dr Rafiq Mughal said Ganweriwala was a small city compared to Mohenjordaro but bigger than Harappa.

The site of Ganweriwala, the ancient city of the Indus Civilization in Cholistan Desert, would be converted into a tourism centre.

The announcement regarding the tourism centre at Ganweriwala was made by Bahawalpur Commissioner Dr Ehtasham Anwar Mahaar in the opening ceremony of the excavation.