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France pledges more technical support for excavation and research at archaeological sites in Sindh

A French team of archaeologists, headed by Dr. Aurore Didier is already working at Chahu Jo Daro where several new…

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Sindh to prepare Disaster Risk Reduction Plan for Mohen Jo Daro

Experts urge adopting modern methods for protecting the world heritage site. Sindh will hold Centenary Conference on Mohen Jo Daro…

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What was the Indus Valley Civilization?

The Indus people did not simply disappear. The Indus Valley Civilization never really ended – Belcher By Tom Garlinghouse The…

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Religious Developments in Ancient India

The earliest evidence for elements of Hinduism is before and during the early Harappan period. Phallic symbols close to the…

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Massive rains cause major damage to Mohen Jo Daro

The floodwaters surrounding the iconic site have damaged several excavated portions, with water seeping through and creating furrows. Archaeologists fear…

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Indus Script: Complexities and Deciphering Challenges – Part-II

Many earlier excavators did not record the context in which seals were found, so one cannot assess whether they were…

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Indus Script: Complexities and Deciphering Challenges – Part-I

Many earlier excavators did not record the context in which seals were found, so one cannot assess whether they were…

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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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From Mohenjo-Daro remains to folk tales: Virtual festival will take Sindhis back to Sindh

The new festival, being hosted by Sindhi Culture Foundation, will be held on September 4. BY SHRADHA SHAHANI “In August…

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Brahuis are the original habitants of Pakistan!

The world’s linguists, archaeologists, historians and anthropologists agree that the first language of this region was and is Brahui. Nazir…

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