Online Exhibition Reveals Hidden History
A new series of enlightening photo stories that feature the "The Hidden Heritage of the Punjab" has been launched on www.punjabheritage.org
The series of stories will span the site from July and highlight some of the very best of Punjab's material heritage which have otherwise been overlooked in recent years.
Punjab Heritage News has seen tremendous success in the six months since it was launched, having added over 200 new stories and tens of thousands of visitors logging on every month.
Highlights of the new series of picture stories include:
- An inside look at the palaces & forts of the Maharajas and Rulers of Punjab
- Some of the finest pieces of Punjabi art in private collections
- A walk through the old city of Lahore & its fine Sikh period havelis
- The finest Punjabi illuminated manuscripts
The introductory story is a rare look inside one of the most magnificent buildings in the ancient walled city of Lahore - the haveli of Raja Nau Nihal Singh, grandson of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
Avid readers will know that the daily news stories on www.punjabheritage.org continue to tell the story of the decay and neglect of Punjab's heritage. Campaigning and education on conservation issues remains the highest priority for those behind the site, who hope the series will illuminate the beauty, importance and splendour of Punjab's hidden heritage.
To view the stories, visit www.punjabheritage.org
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