The site was excavated for two field seasons during 2003-04 and 2004-05. The excavation has reveled a well planned fortified Mature Harappan town datable to 3rd millennium B.C.. The massive fortification wall of the town was made of mud bricks. The houses were made of mud bricks. The other important findings from the excavation include steatite seals, beads of semi-precious stones, celts and bangles all belonging to mature Harappan culture.