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In our latest India In-Focus podcast created with the Times of India, Shubhangi Bhadada, Mittal Institute Research Fellow, and Nadhra Khan, Associate Professor at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences of Lahore University of Management Sciences, discuss the pre-Partition architecture of Lahore, how it has been forgotten or ignored, and the importance of remembering such buildings.

During their discussion, Professor Khan talks about the significance of the Sikh period as the last episode of centuries-old indigenous art and architectural tradition, before annexation of the Punjab by the British in 1849 that changed (among other things) the visual culture of the Punjab forever.