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Khokrakot is an archeological site located at Rohtak in Haryana. It signifies the existence of Indus valley civilization. The site covers an area of 400 sq m.

Khokrakot is believed to be the capital of Bahudhanyaka the kingdom of yaudheyas. Carved pillar with winged lions and riders found from this site revealed the existence of Kushanas period.

Large number of coin moulds, a terracotta plaque belonging to the Gupta period and a coin of Samanta Deva, a tenth century Hindu ruler of Kabul, have been excavated.

Updated on 27th December, 2014
District: Rohtak
Location: Rohtak    


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