Nousherwani Fort Kharan Conservation
Azad Khan built a total of eleven forts. Some of them were small and some big. The biggest of them were the Fort of Karez and the Fort of the Kharan City. The forts of Noruz Kalat, Gazi, Gorjok, Jalawan, and Khudabadan(Panjgur) were smaller and were designed to contain a small band of troops. The remaining were even smaller. Except for the forts of Noruz Kalat and Kharan City, all were built on hill tops in order to monitor the landscape. The architect of the bigger two forts is the same. Kharan is smaller in size with only two stories. It is spread on an area of approximately 400 sq. yards and took three years of hard labour by four hundred men to build. The Karez Fort is three story high and includes a number of rooms on the top floors, the barracks for the troops deployed to defend the Fort. Trenches were dug around the corridors and every ruler in Kharan deemed the fort the most safest and moved with his family in case of a big attack. Both the forts are made of mud and small bricks. Four wells were dug inside the forts and it had three ration stores to enable food supply in case of long siege by the enemies. The ground floor housed the barracks and the fort’s arms and ammunition depot. The first and second floors of both the forts, are secretly linked to each other through tunnels.
Chakar Fort Sibi conservation
The Sibi Fort also known as Chakar Fort is situated in Sibi city of Balochistan Province, Pakistan. The Sibi (Siwi) was popular place of the Chachnama that the King Chach defeated Sewas, pushing them out of this place captured Sibi Fort.The Hindu rulers Sewas had kept this for some time but lost to king Chach in 550 A.D. The Brahman rule continued here till the early part of eighth century A.D. When the young Arab general [Muhammad bin Qasim] conquered the whole of these areas, In the 11th century Sibi was included in Ghaznavid Empire. The Muslims rule remained it included in the Suba Multan under Nasir ul din Kabacha (1210-1228 A.D.)
Miri kalat conservation
Sassi Punnu Fort also known as Miri Fort is a historical site and touristic place near Turbat city in Turbat Tehsil, Kech District, Balochistan, Pakistan . The Sassi Punnu fort is situated at a distance of 15 km (9.3 mi) from Turbat city on the Bank of Kech River. It is believed that the fort was built between 6000 and 8000 BC.It had been ruled over and possessed by uncountable kings from ancient times including Mughal, Macedonians, Arabs, Mongols or Ghaznivids.According to other accounts it is called Miri-Kalat and is related to prince Punnu a character of love tale Sassui Punhun narrated by many poets counting Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai of Sindh . Punnu was son of Jam Aali or Aari and his forefathers were rulers of this area during 12th century. The ancient archaeological site is located near the fort in which ancient graves are sited. In the graves the skeletons of humans are openly laid into graves the fort is now on the verge of disappearance.
Shahi Tump preservation
4th millennium BCE building at Shahi Tump in the Kech Valley of south-western Pakistan. The excavation of Shahi Tump is part of a largerresearch project undertaken since 1987 by a Frenchresearch team under the direction of Roland Besenval(Centre National de Recherche Scientifique, CNRS) inthe Makran division of south-western Pakistan. Throughregional surveys and the excavation of a few chosensites, the archaeological programme, largely sustainedby the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, aims atreconstructing the settlement history of this r egionsituated on the borderland between the Iranian plateauto the West and the Indus valley to the East (Besenval1997). The excavation of Shahi Tump and Miri Qalat, two sites located on opposite sides of the Kech River a fewkilometres from the modern town of Turbat, has allowed the establishment of a chronological framework for the region (Besenval 2000, 2005).
Bhawani Graveyard conservation & restoration
The funerary memorial constitutes the most important buildings in the domain of Islamic architecture. There is an endless variety of tombs and mausoleum throughout the Islamic world. besides one can find in them almost all the aspects forming parts of Islamic edifices, such as, domes, mehrabs, arches, pendentives, squinches, iwans, peshtaqs, minarets and various forms of ornamentations. Bhawani Sarai is near Hub, Lasbela District is very close to the RCD Highway.
mehrgrah conservation & restoration