Revisiting India's First Port City: Lothal

Believed to be one of the oldest ports in the world, Lothal was an important hub in the Harappan era. But the waters that shaped the site and made it such a bustling commercial hub were also a curse!
Travel with us to Lothal as we bring alive the accounts of the archaeologists who excavated it, tell you what they found and reimagine what life must have been like there 4,000 years ago. As we delve deeper, we also find out how it all ended for the people of Lothal.
In this exclusive virtual tour, we revisit this once vital port city and also find how some traditions have endured for over 4,000 years.
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