The site is located approximately six kilometers sout-southeast of Tando Rehim Khan, and two kilometers east of Pir Ghazi Shah mazar. The site is 160 N-S long, 130 mters E-W widw, 11 meters high and covers and an area of 20,800 square meters.
A perennial spring which issues in the Bhit Range runs close to the site. A wide expanse of alluvial plain extends from the foothills of the Bhit Range east eastward to the rock outcrons which lie just west of manchar Lake, the site is a single mound.
The sequence revealed by excavations is similar to that of the site of Amri: an early Amri occupation, levels with a mixing of Amrian and Harappan material, and a purely Harappan level (s). In addition to the pottery. Bull figurines, miniature cart frames, terracotta steatite carnelian, agate, and copper beads, a copper ring, terracotta and copper hangles, copper objects, a leafshaped arrowhead with tang of copper, copper awl and chisel, chert flake tools, and a silver ring fragment were other objects.