(Last Updated on : 23/07/2011)
Rojdi is specifically located on the northern bank of the Bhadar River in Gondal taluka in central Saurashtra peninsula of Gujarat
. This place has been occupied continuously from 2500 BCE to 1700 BCE
The excavations reveal that the houses in Rojdi were built on stone foundations, with mud walls above them. The pottery that has been excavated in Rojdi is a hard, red to buff ware that was made of well-prepared clay. The most found vessel is the hemispherical red ware bowl, with a stud handle. The pottery also has graffiti with signs from the Indus script. Some copper and bronze flat axes were found.
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