Anthropology

Singwala – A village named after deer horns

The Jamia mosque of Singwala village, now called Jamia Masjid Farooq-e-Azam, is noted for its impressive paintings and woodwork Zulfiqar…

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Historic Shahi Bazaar of Hyderabad Sindh

The Shahi Bazaar is built on the upper most portion of a hill, and is as old as the Pakka…

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Mystic Lady of Chakwal

The land of Chakwal district is home to many shrines of female saints. Zulfiqar Ali Kalhoro I visited many shrines…

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Punjabis and Sindhis are the Ancestors of All Indians!

A new paper authored by 92 scientists from around the globe could settle some major questions about the subcontinent’s history…

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Hyderabad – The Paris of the Past

Like Athens, Rome, Paris, Istanbul, Baghdad, Damascus, Delhi, Cairo, London, Hyderabad Sindh also stands tall and proud with full force…

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Pakka Qilla Hyderabad: A Historical Monument in Dire Need of Renovation

The foundations of Pakka Qilla were laid in 1769 by Mian Ghulam Shah Kalhora, who ruled the region from 1757-1772.…

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Back to the Basics: Wind Catchers of Hyderabad

The architectural historians had different opinions about the origin of wind catchers. Some of them thought that wind catchers originated…

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Stonemasons of Chakwal and the Historical Mosque of Fim Kassar

All the mosques are noted for mural paintings and woodwork – which reflect the aesthetics of the builders and the…

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Multan Lives in Delhi

The families that arrived here became involved in sundry trades. It was the indefatigable Punjabi spirit that saw them through…

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Historic Thor Kot and its heritage

The Thor rivulet, which originates from Babusar pass, runs into the Indus River. The researchers have done extensive survey and…

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