Kenoyer (2000, p.92) explains that settlement was in a village setting with two sections; mound AB to the north and mound E to the northwest and the two separated by a low-lying area. The housing was huts made in the north-south and east-west direction. These huts were made of wooden posts and plastered wall reeds. While fragments of a possible kiln have been found during the excavation, there has been no sign of a complete mud-brick piece of architecture to date.
The Kot Diji Phase was characterized by a growing urbanism which took place between the year 2800 and 2600 BC. According to surveys which were conducted by Mughal there were signs of the early urban development during this phase. Other surveys were carried out at and around Harappa and they too yielded the same results about urbanization in the Indus region. The excavation was done on mounds AB and E (Mughal et al, 1996, p.250).
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