To understand the geodynamics in the vicinity of Dholavira, a Harappan Civilization Site (HCS), in Kachchh - western India, GPS data from 2009 to 2015 were processed and analyzed. Tectonically, this part of northern Kachchh is in the influence of Island Belt Fault (IBF) and Allah Bund Fault (ABF) and is seismically one of the most active intra-plate regions of India. The motion with respect to Indian plate is used for the estimation of deformation and strain rate while fault associated slip rate has been estimated by inverse modeling of observed site motions. The analysis reveals that the ABF deforms with an average rate of 1.8 mm/yr. However, the segmented IBF has a maximum deformation rate of 2.9 mm/yr towards the Pachham Island and minimum towards the Khadir Island. The computation discloses a maximum seismic moment (M0) of 2.1 × 1024 dyne-cm in this part which corresponds to an earthquake of ≈Mw 6.0. The calculated maximum strain of 0.04 micro-strain/year is low but significant in the intra-plate region. The postseismic deformation, after the Mw 7.7, 2001 Bhuj earthquake is estimated to be low in this part. The reverse along with strike-slip motion of faults builds up stress in the area and accumulating more strain.