Arnian Wali is located at a distance of 8 km from the southern part of Sirsa, on Sirsa Bhadra Road. A mound which measures 4 acres and 10 feet in height is situated at a distance of nearly 400 meters from the northern portion of the village. Remnants of pottery belonging to the ancient and medieval ages are also existent here.
Sikander Pur is based about 12 km from the eastern portion of Sirsa and this village can be accessed via Sirsa- Fatehabad Road. There are two mounds found here, which are quite famous. They are 10 km apart from each other and are present at a distance of 1.6 km from the north-eastern portion of the villages. They measure nearly 30 feet in height. Excavations have also helped discover some instances of a temple of medieval period as well as heavy stone slabs. A sculpture of Lord Indra as 'Dikpala' also exists in this part of the nation. An 'Ekmukhi Linga' of Lord Shiva of medieval age can also be found here. Remains of Rang Mahal culture and wares are also significant archaeological interests of Sirsa district.
Suchan is situated nearly 16 km from the eastern part of Sirsa District and boasts of pieces of pottery wares and paintings from medieval times.
Mangiana is situated at a distance of about 13 km from the eastern portion of Dabwali on the Kalanwali-Dabwali Road. The mound found here is about 15 feet in height.
Amongst the several ancient objects discovered by these excavations, a mound known as 'Laharonwali Theri' and utensils like bowls and dishes are worth mentioning. Apart from these, two mounds at the region of Sikanderpur bear testimony to the fact that they belong to the culture of Rang Mahal.
(Last Updated on : 11-11-2013)
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