Lohari Ragho

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Lohari Ragho
लोहारी राघो
Lohari Ragho is located in India
Lohari Ragho
Shown within India
Location Hisar, Haryana, India
Coordinates 29°16′29″N 76°4′17″E / 29.27472°N 76.07139°E / 29.27472; 76.07139Coordinates: 29°16′29″N 76°4′17″E / 29.27472°N 76.07139°E / 29.27472; 76.07139
Type Settlement
History
Periods 3200–2600 BC
Cultures Indus Valley Civilization

Lohari Ragho is a village located in Hisar, Haryana, India. It is 30.7 km from Hisar and 178 km from Chandigarh.[1]

Historical significance[edit]

Three mounds belonging to the Sothi-Siswal ceramic period were found during excavations in 1980. Archaeological remains were reported first time by Dhoop Singh and Chanderpal Singh from the Department of Archaeology and Museums, Haryana. A lot of Harappan ceramics have been found on the site such as globular jars, vases, bowls, basins and fast wheel pottery made of red ware.[2]

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