A tehsil of the Attock district, Hazro was once considered a center of interfaith harmony, where Muslim, Hindu and Sikh communities lived together peacefully. One can still see glimpses of those days in its worn-out old buildings. But that old Hazro is dying along with its cultural heritage. Regenerating Hazro is not only important to tell our future generations about our tolerant, coexistent past but also to attract tourists. But is that possible? Sajjad Azhar explores in this video.


Dying heritage of Hazro

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