Mohan Jodaro was discovered in the year 1922 by the Officer of the Archaeological Survey of India, R. D. Banerjee. This city is located in Sakkhar district on the banks of the Indus River. After thorough excavation for two years in Hadda, Mohan Joddo was discovered in some 590 kilometers north of Hadda. As per the instructions of Dixit, Ernest Maize, comprehensive excavation took place in this place.
Later, excavation of Mohan Jodaro was done in the year 1964-1965. F. Dales did it. After this, its excavation was stopped so that its structures could be kept safe and prevented from wasting and withering. It is believed that this city spread over 200 hectare area and is said to be digging in 100 years. That is only one third of the city. In this excavation, large scale buildings, metal statues and stamps are found.
In the comprehensive Vastu document of the year 1980, Mohan Jodaro's detailed surface survey and surface were examined by the team of German and Italian Dr. Michael Jansen and Dr. Morizo Tosci.