"Rohi" which is the well-known and normal name of the Cholistan Desert and this desert is a huge desert in the southern part of Punjab, Pakistan that structures share of the Greater Thar Desert, which stretches out to Sindh territory and the Indian province of Rajasthan. It is one of two huge deserts in Punjab, the other being Thal Desert. The name is acquired from the Turkic word chol, signifying "sands," and istan, a Persian addition signifying "place that is known for. North of 400 Harappan locales had been recorded in Cholistan during the 1970s, with a further 37 added during the 1990s. The high thickness of settlements in Cholistan proposes it might have been one of the most useful districts of the Indus Valley Civilization. In the post-Harappan period, Cholistan was essential for the Cemetery H culture which developed as an enduring territorial variation of the Harappan Culture, which was then trailed by the Painted Gray Ware culture. The life and the religion of the Cholistani people are different from each other. There are from different religion, life style, thoughts but they lived together happily.