IUB taking part in very important function in discovering Hakra civilization: UK Archaeologist

Prof Dr Cameron Petrie, a senior specialist in South Asian Archeology on the College of Cambridge in the UK (UK), has mentioned that the efforts of the Islamia College of Bahawalpur (IUB) to find the traces of the Hakra civilization, that are 1000’s of years outdated, are worthwhile.

Dr Cameron Petrie just lately visited the IUB on the invitation of Vice Chancellor Engr Prof Dr Athar Mahboob. Archaeologist Afifa Khan was additionally with him on this event.

In the course of the go to, the distinguished visitors mentioned on points like historical past, anthropology, archeology, structure, Pakistan Research, tourism with Vice Chancellor, Engr Prof Dr Athar Mahboob, Prof Dr Shazia Anjum, Director of Cultural Heritage Analysis Heart, Dr Khalil Ahmed, Division of Archaeology, school members Waqar Mushtaq and Moazzam Durrani.

On this event, he additionally reviewed intimately the digitization of the particular marketing campaign and cultural mission for the invention of Hakra Civilization in Cholistan by the Islamia College of Bahawalpur and guaranteed all attainable help from Cambridge College. It’s noteworthy that the Islamia College of Bahawalpur has a license from the federal government for archaeological excavations in Cholistan, which has been obtained by the particular efforts of Vice Chancellor Engr Prof Dr Athar Mahboob. The distinguished visitors additionally visited the historic locations of Bahawalpur.

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