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A ruined prehistoric city of Pakistan in the Indus River valley northeast of Karachi. Its remains date to c. 2500 bc.


1. (Placename) an excavated city in SE Pakistan, southwest of Sukkur near the River Indus: flourished during the third millennium bc
2. (Archaeology) an excavated city in SE Pakistan, southwest of Sukkur near the River Indus: flourished during the third millennium bc


(moʊˈhɛn dʒoʊˈdɑr oʊ)

an archaeological site in Pakistan, near the Indus River: six ancient cities were built here.
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He recently visited the shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalander and 5000 old civilization Moen Jo Daro with his wife.
The artefacts, including pottery, remains of metallic tools, and stone items, point to a link with Harappa and Moen Jo Daro civilisations - the two cradles of Indus Valley civilisation.
On 28 May, Pakistan recorded its all-time highest temperature of 128.3 degrees Fahrenheit (53.5 degrees Celsius) in Turbat, tying the all-time highest temperature recorded in Moen Jo Daro, Pakistan, on 26 May 2010.
(Masroor Base 83mm, Gulshan-e-Hadid 34mm, Faisal Base 29mm, A/P 22mm, North Karachi Trace), Badin 22mm, Dadu 18mm, Thatta 15mm, Rohri 09mm, Padidan 08mm, Mithi 04mm, Moen jo daro 03mm, SH.
The origins of this sport are from Japan, but we see traces of it in the ruins of Moen Jo Daro as well.
It has one of the oldest civilisations Moen Jo Daro and Harappa.
The Indus basin was believed to have been the cradle of civilization in South Asia and Amri was one of its earliest known settlements, older than Moen Jo Daro, the main city of the Indus civilization and one of Pakistan s most important archaeological sites.
The authorities are earnestly requested to protect the country from being another Moen jo Daro (the mount of death).
Soomro added that archaeological excavations in Moen Jo Daro had found no weapons in the region.
Inspite of having ministry 3 to 4 times; the province is presenting a scene of Moen Jo Daro.
Michael Jonsen said that inspired by the extraordinary importance of the cultural capital of the province of Sindh; such as two world heritage sites Moen jo daro and Makli, the idea of research centre was given adding that according to the newly-emerged observations, Moen jo daro had proven to be the largest Bronze Age city of the world that merited international attention and concern.
On the eve of World Heritage Day being observed by UNESCO on April 18, the PPP Patron-In-Chief pointed out that dry-core drilling has started early this month at the site of Moen Jo Daro to reveal the whole magnanimous city, which thrived 5000 years ago.