Sindh Assembly speaker Agha Siraj Durrani inaugurated the exhibition on Tuesday. “Such events are needed as these bring peaceful life and release the tension prevailing in the city,” Durrani said. Many delegates from all over the world were present at the ceremony.Gandhara Art and Culture Association director Park Kyo Soon said, “I have only seen The Priest-King statue in pictures but here I saw the picture of when it was actually discovered and it is a very touching for me.”
Talking about her organisation, she said, “I will surely arrange a picture gallery for the heritage sites of Sindh.”Supriya Banik Pal, an Indian delegate from Kolkata who is here to publish her paper on ‘Sindh or Sindhu, a study through Mahabharata’, said she wants to visit the sites and not only look at the pictures.“This beautiful collection of photos gives a clear idea of how rich the culture of Sindh is,” said Russian consul-general Oleg N. Avdeev. “Moen jo Daro civilisation is also very clearly depicted in the photos and looks like we are physically there.”After the exhibition ended on Thursday at Frere hall, the exhibits have been shifted to the National Museum Karachi.