Archaeology

Splendour of Agham Kot

Thousands of graves and hundreds of madrasahs and tombs at Agham Kot or Aghamano are now a site of total…

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The Mosque of the Mianwals

This mosque and seminary of Garhi became the center and identity of the Mianwal movement in seventeenth-century Sindh. Zulfiqar Ali…

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Tombs of Bahwani Lagharis in Johi

Shah Baho Laghari was a khalifo (deputy) of Mian Nasir Muhammad Kalhoro and a member of the top advisory council…

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Halani, where the Kalhoras and Talpurs battled for power

Nothing is left here except certain ruins, as the concerned antiquities department of Sindh has utterly neglected this historic site,…

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The Ruins of Miri – The residence of one of the rulers of Sindh

Author argues that the Miri, located near an ancient village Garhi in Khairpur Nathan Shah Taluka, was built by Mian…

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Koriyani Jo Daro: A Buddhist archaeological site in southern Sindh

Some local people are said to have found jewels and gold ornaments as well as bricks with images of Buddha.…

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Sirni Fort – A Decaying Archaeological Site of Sindh

There are different stories behind the word ‘Sirni’. According to a local saying, Sirni is named after a beautiful woman…

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Ancient Remains of the Gaj Valley

There are also many prehistoric and Indus-period sites in different Nais or valleys in Khirthar. Of these, the Rohel Ji…

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Laki Shah Saddar Graveyard – Hidden dimensions of cemetery need to be explored

This significant site should be richly managed by the concerned authorities not only because of historical and architectural heritage but…

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Studies on Sehwan Fort and Town: EFT offers sponsorship to Ph.D. Scholars

Endowment Fund Trust Secretary holds meeting with Commissioner Hyderabad and other officials for removal of encroachments and getting vacated historic…

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