An ecotone between the northern mountains and the southern plains, the outer plains of Jammu are at a key strategic location for understanding past population movements. The significance of the area is veiled despite being mentioned often in the current archaeological literature, since there is no consensus on how to characterize cultural evolution across time in the region. The present research highlights the necessity for a terminological overhaul directed at the region against the backdrop of the enormous quantity of existing archaeological data, and the new data from fresh explorations carried out recently. In this presentation a new cultural sequence is proposed based on available datasets. Section scraping was one of the many methods used for data collection, which was carried out at two sites, Biyan Tibba and Satowali, where radiocarbon dates were obtained for the first time in the region. These dates provided further support for the researcher's hypothesized sequence.