Indus culture in world discussed at SALU.

SUKKUR -- An extension lecture on 'Regional contribution to Indus culture: new insights from scientific analysis' was held at Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur on Wednesday.

The lecture was organized by the Faculty of Physical Sciences.

Professor, University of Wisconsin Madison, USA, Dr Jonathan Mark Kenoyer was the keynote speaker who focused on the significance of Indus culture in various parts of the world like Oman, Afghanistan, Iran, Egypt and regional context.

He said that the ancient people had trade and commerce ties with Sindh in ancient times. Such pieces of evidence are available in the history of Moen Jo Daro.

Vice Chancellor (VC), SALU, Prof Dr Khalil Ahmed Ibupoto, who presided over the lecturer program, said that the Indus culture is rich...

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