Posted on August 24, 2006
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7 responses to “Preserving Stupas with Javedan cement?”

  1. Sharjeel says:

    That javedan trick lured me in. only because my dad used to be a GM at that factory back in 86-89. We used to live in the Javedan Cement factory’s officers colony in Manghopir (a driving distance from the famous manghopir crocodiles).

    As for the stupas, i dont know much about this topic. All i know is people in the BC had better sewage systems than what we have today.

  2. […] (3) Rani Kot fort in Sindh. Some contrator hired by the archeology department has ‘criminally’ used ‘cement’ while restoring a domed room to its original era when cement was not even invented. We had a similar post earlier here, when modern day mortar reportedly got used to preserve buddha era stupas. […]