Derawar fort in the Cholistan desert Pakistan

Cholistan
Ancient . Mysterious . Unexplored

Rich history of pakistan

About Cholistan

Derawar fort in the Cholistan desert Pakistan
Cholistan, once the center of a sophisticated and flourishing civilization now lays in ruins in the desert – unknown and unexplored. Over the course of time many famous travelers, historians and archaeologists have attempted to unveil the mystery of this region but their explorations and findings stayed unpublished. This website brings to light the archaeological research, exploration and excavations available on the Indus Civilization.

Research & Publications

Early Harappan Period in Greater Indus Valley

PhD Thesis - 1970

Early Harappan
Culture from Jalilpur

1974

Indus
Civilization

1981

Resent Archaeological Research in the Cholistan Desert

1982

The Post Harappan Phase in Bahawalpur District Pakistan

1984

Further Evidence of Harappan Culture in Indus Valley

1990

The Harappan Settlement Systems

1990

The Harappan Twin Capitals and Reality

1990

The Protohistoric Settlement Patterns in the Cholistan Desert

1990

Ancient Sites in Cholistan

1991

Consequences of River Changes for the Harappa Settlements

1992

The Geographical Extent of the Indus Civilization

1992

The Harappan Nomads of Cholistan

1994

Resurrecting Sir Aurel Stein from Cholistan Desert

2001

Aurel Stein's Papers on the Survey of Ghaggar Hakra River

2005

Ceramics Collected by A Ghosh in Rajasthan in 1950

2015

Publications on Cholistan as of July 2017

List

Ancient Cholistan: Archaeology and Architecture

Book - 1997

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