Area: 7.24 Acres
This is a group of Mound three of even four in number. They lie north-west to the village Dhamrao, six miles from Badah Railway station on Badah-Mehar Kucha road and are easily accessible by means of a tonga engaged from Badah Railway station.
The mound of this group are almost circular in plan and conical in shape. It is strewn with potsherds and old brick-bats to the extent that it gives pottery colour view from a distance. Local population use it for obtaining brick-bats some of which are of cut and smoothened bricks such as it is observed in the construction of the Great Bath at moenjodaro.
The rest of the mounds which occupy an extensive area are also covered with potsherds but brickbats seldom seen over them. The mound in the extreme north-west is the highest.