Pakistan's Govt. declares Panj Tirath Hindu religious site as national heritage

Published on January 06, 2019
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) provincial government of Pakistan has declared the ancient Hindu religious site of Panj Tirath in Peshawar of North Western Pakistan as national heritage.
Pakistan's Govt. declares Panj Tirath Hindu religious site as national heritage
  • The Directorate of Archaeology and Museums of KP has issued a notification under the KP Antiquities Act 2016 declaring the land in the Panj Tirath Park as a heritage site.

Significance of the Site:

  • Panj Tirath derives its name from the five pools of water in the site which also has a temple.
  • According to the epic of Mahabharat, King Pandu belonged to this area and Hindus used to come to these pools for bathing during the auspicious month of Karteek and worship for two days under the trees.

Question:

Q. The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) provincial government of Pakistan has declared which ancient Hindu religious site in Peshawar of North Western Pakistan as national heritage?
a. Sapt Tirath
b. Uttar Tirath
c. Panj Tirath
d. None of the above

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