The archaeological museum at Lothal enlightens one about the 2400 BC old Harappan civilization. It speaks of the rich glory of one of the first modern civilizations of the world. Nestled in Gujarat, Lothal is a small city that reveals a lost heritage. Situated near the banks of Sabarmati River it is home to almost 5000 items unearthed here out of which only 800 have been put on display. One can have a look at some of the unicorn seals, artifacts, inscriptions, necklaces, terracotta seals, fish hooks, bangles, shell, ivory, copper and bronze objects and gorgeous painted pottery. This museum is informative and has a small reference library and a publication counter for selling publications of the archaeological monuments. Moreover, a burial of two people together in a brick-lined grave was one of the fascinating finds in Lothal during excavation. Interestingly, a replica of the same can be seen in the museum. The first noticeable sight as you step in the museum is a picture representation of the lost city of Harappa. Here, one can also find the write-ups about the history of Harappa people.
Saragwala, Gujarat 382230
Monsoon : Maximum: 35 °C, Minimum: 27 °C.
Summer : Maximum: 41°C, Minimum: 29 °C
Winter : Maximum: 29°C, Minimum: 12 °C
Recommended Season to Visit : Winter Season (November to February)
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