Lothal is an ancient township located in the Indian state of Gujarat. This place was discovered in the year 1954 and it took 5 long years for its excavation. During the excavation, the artifacts discovered date back to the Harappan era. The artifacts included the tools, weaponry and some toys. During the excavation, it was found that the Indian skills of architecture were the supreme in that bygone era.
Lothal unfolds over 3 acres of land. At present, the major portion of its land is barren & a cragged plain. The climate of the place is tropical temperate in nature still it receives scanty rainfall during the monsoon. The average temperature during the summer season perches at 37°C and drastically falls down at 15°C during the winter season.
Lothal is tagged as a heritage site in Gujarat and is looked after by the Archaeological Survey of India. Throughout the year, this place can be accessed by the local visitors and tourists. The ruins of Lothal effectively convey the unbeatable educational skills of the ancient India that led to its establishment.