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Heritage Under Threat

Mes Aynak ("little copper well") is a site 25 miles (40 km) southeast of Kabul, Afghanistan, located in a barren region of Logar Province. The site contains the world’s second largest copper deposit, as well as the remains of an ancient settlement with over 200 Buddha statues, stupas and a 100-acre (40 ha) monastery complex.

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Appeal: Please Sign the Petition to Save the Budhhas of Mes Aynak (Afghanistan)

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Archive

XV International Numismatic Congress, Taormina (Italy) 21-25 September 2015


SAARC Capacity Building Workshop on ‘Preparation of Proposals of New Sites for inclusion in the UNESCO’s World Heritage List’, (Lumbini, Nepal, 3-8 August 2014)

Convener: Dr Sanjay Garg

SAARC International Conference on Development of Archives In South Asia: ‘The Future Of Archives & Archives of The Future’ (Colombo, 3-6 December 2013)

Convener: Dr Sanjay Garg

SAARC Capacity Building Workshop on Management Systems of World Heritage Sites in South Asia, (Islamabad, 26-31 August 2013)

Convener: Dr Sanjay Garg

SAARC Fellowship (2013-14): Call for Proposals for research on Safeguarding Traditional Knowledge (TK) and Traditional Cultural Expressions (TCEs) of South Asia


Ananda Coomaraswamy Memorial Conference on Asian Art and Culture (Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 8–10 September 2012)


SAARC International Conference on 'Archaeology of Buddhism: Recent Discoveries in South Asia', (Colombo, Sri Lanka, 22-24 August 2012)

Convener: Dr Sanjay Garg

Call for Contributions for SAARC Culture, Vol. 3: 2012

Executive Editor: Dr Sanjay Garg
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