“The ‘splendor and ampleness’ of Maras Fort”

Once fed by seasonal rains, the rivers in the Bahawalnagar district in Pakistan once were the cradle of civilization in the region. Once the rivers dried, the area was abandoned. The 5,000-year old forts that remain are not badly in need of protection.


Ancient Hakra forts victim of officials neglect

By Sohail Khan

The Nation

June 17, 2016

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