Sunday, June 5, 2016

Students visit Peshawar Museum

PESHAWAR: The understudies of the Peshawar Public School and College on Wednesday went to the noteworthy Peshawar Museum to stamp the World Museum Day.

They went to an address conveyed by Nawazuddin, the keeper of the Peshawar Museum. Understudies were demonstrated different displays where they took distinct fascination in adornments, musical instruments, dresses, utensils and weapons of the old times. Understudies likewise got wonderstruck to see life-size statue of Buddha and his whole biography in stonework.

The caretaker educated the gathering of understudies that Peshawar Museum was implicit 1906 in the lobby established in the memory of Queen Victoria amid British time. He said that there are 30 historical centers in Pakistan and seven of them in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

There are 14156 things in Peshawar Museum that incorporate Gandhara figures, coins, original copies and duplicates of the Holy Quran, engravings, weapons, dresses, adornments, Kalash likenesses, Mughal-time and later period sketches, family questions, nearby and Persian painstaking work. The gathering is isolated into five principle areas: - Gandhara, Coins, Islamic, ethnological and Iranian.