Taxila
Taxila (Urdu: ٹيڪسيلا‎) is a town and an important archaeological site in Rawalpindi district of the Punjab province in Pakistan. Taxila is situated about 32 km (20 mi) north-west ...
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Taxila (satrapy)
Hindush (also known as 'Taxila' or 'Sindh') was one of the eastern most satrapy's of the Achaemenid Empire, located in the northwest of the South Asia (modern Pakistan).The capital of this province wa...
Sirsukh
Sirsukh (Urdu: سر سکھ‎) is the name of an archaeological site near the city of Taxila, Punjab, Pakistan.
The city of Sirsukh was founded by the Kushan king Kanishka after 80 CE, and is t...
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Taxiles (general)
Taxiles (in Greek Tαξιλης; lived 1st century BC) was a general in the service of Mithridates VI of Pontus, and one of those in whom he reposed the highest confidence. He is first mentioned in 86 BC, w...
Bhir Mound
The Bhir Mound (Urdu: بھڑ ماونڈ‎) is an archaeological site that is part of the ancient city of Taxila in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It contains the oldest ruins in the area along with...
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Taxila Museum
Taxila Museum (Urdu: ٹیکسلا متحف‎) is located at Taxila, Punjab, Pakistan.
Taxila Museum is situated in Taxila a tehsil of Rawalpindi. This is a site museum and its collection mainly fo...
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Taxiles
Taksxila (in Greek Tαξίλης or Ταξίλας; lived 4th century BC) was the Greek chroniclers' name for a prince or king who reigned over the tract between the Indus and the Hydaspes Rivers in the Punjab at ...
Mohra Muradu
Mohra Muradu (Urdu: موہرا مرادو‎) is the place of an ancient Buddhist stupa and monastery near the ruins of Taxila, in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The ancient monastery is located in a ...
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Jaulian
Jaulian (Urdu: جولیاں‎) are the ruins of an ancient Buddhist monastery in Haripur District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, Pakistan. The ruins are also quite close to Taxila in Punjab.
The...
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Sirkap
Sirkap (Urdu: سر کپ‎) is the name of an archaeological site on the bank opposite to the city of Taxila, Punjab, Pakistan.The city of Sirkap was built by the Greco-Bactrian king Demetrius aft...
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Taxila copper plate
The Taxila copper-plate, also called the Moga inscription or the Patika copper-plate is a notable archaeological artifact found in the area of Taxila, Gandhara, in modern Pakistan. It is now in the co...
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Taxila Tehsil
Taxila Tehsil, headquartered at Taxila, is one of the seven Tehsils (sub-divisions) of Rawalpindi District in the Punjab province of Pakistan. According to the 1998 census has a population of 151,000....
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