The site of Nand Kot is spread in a very large area, on its northern part is a small mound with profusion of cultural material and the rest of the site has scattered evidence of cultural material on surface. On the southern side of the site there are some traces of burnt brick structure and mud brick wall adjoining the mound.
Cultural material is strewn over the mound and all over the site which belongs to the Islamic period. It comprises of plain, painted and incised design pottery, black pottery with incised design, over fired pottery, miniature pots and pieces of dark purple color glass, iron pieces, pieces of copper bangles, copper ring and a huge quantity of copper coins. Painting in black in various designs on the rim of the pots is commonly found in the sites of Islamic period in the Badin District. The site is presently being disturbed by agricultural activities on the western and northern side.
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