Dholavira was previously an ancient Harappan city that was discovered in the year of 1967 by the former DG of ASI named Jagat Pati Joshi. Subsequently, major excavations started in the region during the time of 1990 by the ASI. The outcomes of these excavations only contribute to the exceptional craftsmanship of the Harappan people when it comes to town planning along with other eye raising facts. One such is the discovery of two stadiums like structures. One of them is small and compact and the other one is vast and can accommodate spectators as well. At present, these two stadiums have become a major site of tourist attractions in this city.
For more sightseeing in Dholavira, you can visit other places of tourist attractions in the region. The most prominent among them is the ancient sign board which is situated in the northern gateway of this city. Then you have the chance to stroll in Great Rann of Kutch comprising of salt bed with an area of about 2900 miles. The area is known for its unique desert animals like Wild Ass and is home to various migratory birds. You can visit the ruin sites of Harappan Civilization to witness the architectural skills of Indus Valley people.