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The Sindh Exploration & Adventure Society “SEAS, Pakistan” is registered with Government of Sindh (Directorate of Social Welfare), under No.847, DW-(S)-847 of 1991, with special interest in the safeguarding the heritage of the country. The organization operates on no profit bases, its funds are generated mostly by the donations from its members; the sources of the Society are dedicated to the society and its objectives. The affairs are managed by the Executive Committee of the Society.
The Society organizes trips and activities with in country, designed to expand frontiers of knowledge in the field on material culture.
projects provding services to preserving physical heritage
The old Nusserwanjee Building possess the uniqueness in context to its social cultural value and its architectural identity. The building was set for demolition, to give way to a new commercial structure. It was salvaged and shifted Expand
Sibi Fort, also known as Chakar Fort, is a historical fort in Sibi, Balochistan, Pakistan. It has been ruled by various dynasties over the centuries, including the Sewas, Brahmans, Arabs, Ghaznavids, and Mughals. Expand
Azad Khan built 11 forts, including the two largest, Karez Fort and Kharan Fort. The smaller forts were built on hilltops to monitor the landscape. Both Karez and Kharan Forts are made of mud and small bricks, and have four wells, three ration stores, and tunnels connecting the first and second floors. Expand
Shri Varundev Mandir is situated on Manora Island in the close vicinity of Karachi, Pakistan. The Mandir/Temple is dedicated to the premier deity associated with the water bodies; but it has been in perpetual neglect due to dis-usage since few decades. The year of neglect, intense weather Expand
The Khaliq-Dina hall was under focus since long, due to recurring issues with the structure and allied spaces. In this connection the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation initiated discussions; resultantly a Seminar was held in Khaliq-Dina Hal Expand
Conservation of a 17th Century Graveyard near the Sindh-Balochistan border was decastated by Free Booters and treasure-hunters.The conservation grant from Sumitomo Foundation was awarded to the proposal of the SEAS, and CENTRE undertook the works and completed Expand
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