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Experts to Be Engaged to Expand Gandhara Excavations

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has made the decision to consult with academics and archaeology specialists in order to preserve and extend the Gandhara civilization digs.

The “Takshashila Declaration” was written with the intention of protecting and promoting Gandhara heritage, and it has been distributed to numerous embassies and academic institutions worldwide.

The “Takshashila Declaration” was written with the intention of protecting and promoting Gandhara heritage, and it has been distributed to numerous embassies and academic institutions worldwide.

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Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, Chairman of the PM’s Task Force on Gandhara Tourism, invited specialists from nations with substantial experience in excavating and preserving archaeological sites, such as Italy and the UK, to sign the declaration.

With the use of contemporary tools and cutting-edge knowledge, the Korean Cultural Heritage Foundation is currently carrying out conservation and preservation operations at 31 Gandhara monuments.

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“The key steps involved in preserving any artefact from damages of changed environmental conditions as any material buried for a very long time will react fast to air, moisture, sunlight, pollution, and even air pressure,” said Yi YunJung, an Islamabad-based researcher.

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In Islamabad, the KCHF has set up a cutting-edge lab where it trains curators, scholars, and archaeologists from different museums around Pakistan on how to preserve artefacts even after they have been placed in glass cases.

In response to a question, Dr. Vankwani stated that assistance from numerous other nations and academic institutions was required to preserve the priceless heritage for current and future generations.

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The old name for Taxila, the city that served as the capital of the Gandhara civilization and a renowned academic hub where notable academics of the day studied, was Takshashila.

A requirement of the declaration is “Conserving and preserving the physical remains of the Gandhara heritage.”

“We pledge to take strict action to stop further deterioration and harm to the ancient sites, artefacts, sculptures, and monuments of Gandhara. To ensure the long-term preservation of this rich cultural legacy, we will set aside sufficient money and create detailed conservation strategies.

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