LARKANA: A 22-member delegation of Britons headed by author and journalist Peter Oborne arrived at Moenjodaro on Thursday. The delegation, different members of which seemed to be literati and vacationers coming from totally different walks of life, visited ruins of the Indus Valley Civilisation and took eager curiosity within the historical metropolis of the lifeless. They had been taken to the location’s most important gate in a convoy of conventional bullock cart, a experience they loved rather a lot.
The vacationers went across the stays of Moenjodaro and the museum standing on the location.
Chatting with native reporters, Mr Oborne and others mentioned they had been right here to see and research archaeological websites. They mentioned they’d already visited Ranikot and another websites in Sindh. They mentioned Moenjodaro was one of many oldest civilisations of the world which depicted civilised dwelling and a well-planned civic system.
They mentioned the go to happy their urge of analyzing the traditional treasure as intently as attainable. Archaeologists and different vacationers have a lot to discover and achieve information of historical websites right here.
The delegation intends to additionally go to Karachi, Hyderabad, Jacobabad, Rahim Yar Khan, Bahawalpur, Multan, Sehwan, Islamabad and Lahore throughout their journey via Pakistan, sources within the tradition and tourism division mentioned.
Revealed in Daybreak, February eighth, 2019