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ISLAMABAD -- A documentary film about historic journey of Monk Marananatha from Chota Lahore, Swabi to Young Gwang Gun, south Korea via China will be presented for awareness of Pakistan unique heritage - Indus Valley Civilization and the Gandhara Civilization here on April 14.
Mountains, white water sports, hiking areas in Pakistan are ideal for adventure tourists, valleys, deserts, beaches for nature lovers, Buddhist heritage sites of Gandhara, Sikh sacred shrines, Hindu holy temples, Indus Valley civilization sites are best-suited for pilgrims, scholars and students.
The Romans knew it as "Indus" (the name used to describe the great Indus Valley civilization that flourished thousands of years ago).
She begins with the Indus Valley civilization, and works through the Hindu, Muslim, and colonial periods to the present.
Lothal was the site of a Harappan, or Indus Valley Civilization city, more than 4,000 years ago.
Currently, the world's oldest bricks are believed to be adobe bricks mainly associated with the Indus Valley civilization, with baked bricks believed to have emerged only about 4,500 years ago, they said.
Nitish Kumar is scheduled to visit historical sites of the Indus Valley Civilization like Moenjodaro and Harappa on November 11," said the official.
They encapsulate the essence of 'time' held as it spans across the Indus Valley Civilization, through ancient cultures and the Islamic period to the island of extremely refined sensibilities, Japan.