Life in Small Towns: Harrapa and Sahiwal
Sunday, 30 September 2012
The evening started with a pictorial presentation on Harrapa Historical and Archaeological Treasures by Mr. Hasan Khokkar, Curator Harrapa Museum. Mr. Rao Shafiq, educationist, gave a detailed account of the development of the District Sahiwal and its political evolution, highlighting the contributions of important persons to its history. His account covered a wide spectrum about the Political History of Montgomery/Sahiwal. The events of the uprising 1857, in particular the struggle for freedom in the area, were brought to life by actors from Punjab Lok Rahs, Sahiwal who presented a well-articulated scene about Mr. Ahmed Khan Kharal, based on the Punjabi play, Ik Raat Ravi Di, by Mr Najam Hussain Syed. In the end, Mr. Safiq Butt of Punjab Lok Sujag, brought the town of Sahiwal to life when he shared his pictorial presentation ‘Aj Daa Sahiwal: Lafzain tay Tasweerain de Zabani’ (Today’s Sahiwal through Pictures and Narratives).
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posted by S A J Shirazi @ Sunday, September 30, 2012,
- At 16:51, Deb Sistrunk said...
Sounds like a very exciting event.
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THAAP has organised some wonderful conferences and it is such a pleasure to see the movement getting bigger and bigger. We have a rich history and throug these ventures we extract the heritage to know and cherish.
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