By Mukhtiar Samo
The nations which forget their history are forgotten by the world. History must be recorded scrupulously and it must not be mixed up with and fictitious assumption having no concert ground. History written under the shadow of any belief could not be authenticated hence historian must have non-partisan approach while recording the events of the past as they were. This was stated by Justice Shahzado Shaikh, Justice of Federal Sharia Court while giving a presidential speech in an ‘Annual History Conference’ held by Larkano district Historical society. Deputy Commissioner of Larkano Abdul Aleem Lashari said that the papers presented in this conference on the various aspects of past of Larkano reveal very important chapters of the history of this region. He further said that efforts will be taken to establish a History Museum in Larkano. Renowned writer and archaeologist Badar Abro said that from the archaeological point of view ‘Stupas’ or such other pillars (Thulh) at the various places in Sindh and other parts of the country have much importance which preserve important facts about history into themselves. The stupa at Moen jo Daro is also believed to have belonged to people of ‘Mahiyan’ sect of Budhist and it is possible that Mohen jo Daro has derived its name form Mahiyan.. Ishtiaque Ansari, Amanullah Shaikh, Dr. Bashir Ahmed Shaad, Prof. Mukhtiar Samo and Rizwan Gul also spoke on the various aspects of the history of Larkana.
Mohammad Yusuf shaikh, chairman Larkano district Historical society said that Larkano district Historical society striving to preserve the history of Larkano.