Speaking with The Express Tribune, Aga Khan Trust for Culture Pakistan CEO Salman Beg said that the festival brought out amazing display of rich and important historical features of our heritage. “It was conducive to provide the international delegates with a picture of what efforts AKTC and WCLA are jointly making in preserving the heritage. We hope that next year’s conference attendees will get to see more case studies being presented on preservation of heritage,” Beg added.
LAHORE: Almost thirty foreign and twenty five national delegates participated in the academic sessions and panel discussions of the two day “Heritage Now” festival which concluded at Alhmara arts council on Mall Road on Sunday.
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