Faiz Mahal, Khairpur

Endowment Fund Trust for Preservation of the Heritage of Sindh

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Moen jo Daro

Endowment Fund Trust for Preservation of the Heritage of Sindh

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Mir Karam Ali Talpur Tombs

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Rani Kot

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Chowkandi

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Annual Report

Aug 2008 - June 2012

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News & Events

11th / June / 2012

Pre-Qualification for Third Party Monitoring
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14th / March / 2012

Discovery of the puzzling Damrilah by Professor Monique Kervran
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2nd / Jan. / 2012

Training Workshop on "Conservation of Cultural Heritage"
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25th / Oct. / 2011

Abdul Hamid Akhund - MOHENJO DARO – WHITHER WAY FORWARD
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20th / July / 2011

Lecture Invitation from Culture Department, Government of Sindh and Endowment Fund Trust
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About Us

It is an acknowledged fact that civilizations have flourished on rivers with a permanent flow of water. The valley of Indus both at its lower and upper parts brings to us the most interesting oasis of fascinating civilizations of ancient and medieval settlements that have influenced the architectural excellence of Pakistan, particular that of Sindh, the now crumbling structures constitute an important facet of our heritage. While the bulk of Sindh's archaeological heritage remains sub-surface, whatever has been unearthed at the various sites are subjected to desecration. The antiquities of Sindh and the very important tradition that depicts our Islamic heritage, the tombs and shrines of Sindh rendered immortal tradition that depicts our Islamic heritage, the tombs and shrines of Sindh rendered immortal by our history and craft traditions.

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Daily Progress Report of Mian Ghulam Shah Kalhoro Tomb, Hyderabad
27 July, 2016

Sahiba Mahal Condition Report

Mud collect from Patt Gul Muhammad, Dadu for the Project of Mian Ghulam Shah Kalhoro Tomb, Hyderabad
07 June, 2016



Inauguration of EFT Lakhi Dar Gate Restoration Project by Deputy Commissioner
02 June, 2016


Sahiba Mahal Condition Report
27 May, 2016

Sahiba Mahal Condition Report

Shikarpur Progress Report April 2016
03 May, 2016

Shikarpur Progress Report

Field visit of experts to the leaning tombs of WHS Makli
02 May, 2016

Field Visit Makli

A Brief Report on Mir Karam Ali Talpur Tomb Complex
25 April, 2016

Mir Karam Report

Conservation Report of Shergarh
06 April, 2016

Ranikot Report

Shikarpoor Walk Day NEDDAP Reports
01 April, 2016

Shikarpur Report NED

Walk Day Report

Documentation Report


Shikarpoor Walk Day 4-5 Feb. 2016 - Press cutting of different newspapers
10 February, 2016



Shikarpoor Walk Day 4-5 Feb. 2016 - Press cutting of different newspapers
10 February, 2016


Ranikot, Kawish Midweek Magazine
20 January, 2016


Report on Field Visits (Sukkur/Rohri Sindh) by Architect Marvi Mazhar
30 December, 2015







Report on Field Visits by Architect Kamil Khan Mumtaz
29 December, 2015







Shikarpoor Walk Day 4-5 Feb. 2016 - Press cutting of different newspapers
10 February, 2016


Ranikot, Kawish Midweek Magazine
20 January, 2016


Report on Field Visits (Sukkur/Rohri Sindh) by Architect Marvi Mazhar
30 December, 2015







Report on Field Visits by Architect Kamil Khan Mumtaz
29 December, 2015







Repair and Restoration of Muhammad Bin Qasim Fort Tower, Pir Patho, District Thatta
5 October, 2015

EFT EOI in English

Repair and Restoration of Naukot Fort
5 October, 2015

EFT EOI in English

Repair and Restoration of 150 Shops of Nagarparkar Old Bazar (2015-2016)
5 October, 2015

EFT EOI in English

Protection of 45 Pariyas, Jhunjhar and Sati Stones (2015-2016)
5 October, 2015

EFT EOI in English

Preservation and Restoration of Jain Temple, Nagarparkar (2015-2016)
5 October, 2015

EFT EOI in English

6 year Audit Reports
31 August, 2015

Audit Report 2008-2009 | Audit Report 2009-2010

Audit Report 2010-2011 | Audit Report 2011-2012

Audit Report 2012-2013 | Audit Report 2013-2014

Audit Report 2014-2015

Expression of Interest - EOI
06 June, 2014

EFT EOI in English EFT EOI in Sindhi

Pre-Qualification Notice for Printing of Books and Printing Services
25 February, 2014

CDs price Shah jo Raag

Abida Parveen - Shah Jo Raag
09 November, 2013

CDs price Shah jo Raag

Abida Parveen - Shah Jo Raag
26 November, 2013

CDs now available at
Mohatta Palace Museum, 7 Hatim Alvi Road, Karachi,
Ph: 35837669, 35374879
LIMITED TIME OFFER
Upto 15th December 2013
Rs. 10,000/-

CDs price Shah jo Raag

Abida Parveen - Shah Jo Raag

Event at Mohatta Palace Museum, Karachi

23 November, 2013

Press Cutting of Shah Jo Raag Event

Speech on the occasion of the Dr Nabi Bakhsh Khan Baloch Memorial Lecture

By F.S. Aijazuddin, OBE, FCA

National Museum Karachi, 6 April 2013

First of all, let me thank three institutional bodies for this invitation to speak to you today – The Endowment Fund Trust for the Preservation of the Heritage of Sindh, the Pakistan Academy of Letters, and the Department of Culture, Government of Sindh. The fourth physical body I wish to thank is my dear friend Abdul Hamid Akhund, now Secretary EFT. Hamid has been a consistent comrade and intellectual support for more years than I dare count.

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Dr. Nabi Bukhsh Event
4 April, 2013

Dr. Nabi Bakhsh Baloch memorial lecture by Fakir Syed Aijazudin, OBE, FCA
on Saturday 6th April 2013 at 4.30 pm at the National Museum Karachi.

The talk will be followed by book launch
‘Shikarpur Heritage City – Sindh’ Vol. I – by Dr. Anila Naeem
The Endowment Fund Trust would be honored by your presence.

Quotation Notice
20 September, 2012

Further details

invitation for lecture

Expressions of Interest (EOI)
11 June, 2012

Expression of Interest: Blank Application Form

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Pre-Qualification for Third Party Monitoring

1. The Endowment Fund Trust for Preservation of the Heritage of Sindh (EFT) has been among other things providing financial assistance for conservation of both Government owned / Privately owned historic buildings of Sindh since February, 2010.

2. The intention of this invitation is to shortlist suitable consulting firms / organizations / public and private sector universities / institutions from whom proposals for Third Party Monitoring and Evaluation of the EFT funded heritage conservation projects, to ensure transparency, quality and effective and judicious utilization of precious funds being provided by the Trust as grant in aid to the private home owners, autonomous bodies and Government Departments.

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Discovery of the puzzling Damrilah; The sister town of Daybul and Thatta
14 March, 2012

Discovery of lthe puzzling Damrilah; The sister town of Daybul and Thatta. A presentation by Professor Monique Kervran on Wednesday 14th March at 6 pm. For more info please call 35837669 or email mohattapalacemuseum@yahoo.com

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Training Workshop on Conservation of Cultural Heritage - Photo Gallery
January 7-13, 2012

Workshop on Cultural Heritage january 2012 Photo Gallery of Training Workshop on Conservation of Cultural Heritage, National Museum, Karachi on 7-13 January, 2012.

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Workshop on Protection and Preservation of Cultural Heritage
December 24, 2011

Workshop on Cultural Heritage january 2012

Download Application Form (doc file)
The application form for participation in the Training Workshop is enclosed which may please be filled in by the nominees of your organization and returned to this office duly recommended by the Institution by email / TCS before the deadline i.e. 3rd January, 2012.
The nominees will be shortlisted by the EFT and finalists will be informed of their selection through email on 5th January, 2012.

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MOHENJO DARO - WHITHER WAY FORWARD - Abdul Hamid Akhund
October 10, 2011

Two thousand five hundred years before the birth of Lord Christ and more than three millennia prior to Jibril’s visit to Prophet Muhammad commanding him to Recite in the name of the Lord Who Created, on the right bank of the Indus lived simple extraordinary people, who were not barbarians but sophisticated social dwellers of the largest of all known cities of the Indus civilization - 4 miles in circuit and 100 hectares in size - Mohenjo Daro. This site was unearthed by the famous archaeologist Sir John Marshall in the 20’s, who found it in a very good condition, relatively well preserved. The remains revealed a sophisticated urban planning, immaculate sanitary network and a progressive society under a reverent authority. John Marshall felt that with its excavation, it would prove a rival to any other site of prehistoric age, Dales referred to it as a splendour, as a walk in its streets gave the feel of a modern town setting with great potential of yielding clues to the early and formative phases of the Indus civilization.

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