Mohenjo-daro is located in the Larkana District of Sindh.
It was not discovered in 1922.
Mohenjo-daro was built in the 26th century BCE
It was discovered in 1922 by Rakhaldas Bandyopadhyay,
an officer of the Archaeological Survey of India
About 440 Kilometer north of Karachi, the World famous archaeological site of Mohenjo Daro meaning
"Mound of the dead" is situated in district Larkano, Sindh, Pakistan. The place is approachable by daily
regular flight in the morning and evening from Karachi and the Airport is located at a walking distance from the Site. Every train plying on Kotri-Habib Kot Railway station stops at Moenjodaro railway station. The place can also be reached by road branching off from Indus Highway at Mehar, via Radhan (c. 44 kilometers) Nasirabad, via Badeh (25 Kilometers) and Larkana, via Bakrani (25 K.M) Taxi can be hired from Larkano and Mohenjo Daro railway station (11 Kilometers) and tonga from the latter only. Regular Suzuki (Chingchi motorcycle rickshaw) and casual Bus and Van service from Dokri (7 Kilometers) to Mohenjo Daro can also be availed.