The entry event to the much awaited Project Based Learning (PBL) on Indus Valley was a visit to the National Museum.
The young historians, eager and exited, put their footsteps on the sands of time as they stepped into the gates of the National Museum to unveil the rich cultural history of India.
They went around the halls of the Museum and stood wonder-struck looking at all the artifacts and other remains of the Indus Valley Civilization.
They went peering at all the displays and tried to put together the jigsaw puzzle of this great civilization that had flourished in the Indus Valley some 5ooo years ago.
The trip became more meaningful when the guide shared some hitherto unknown facts about this incredible historical journey of the inhabitants of Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro.
The visit helped the students come back with a vast treasure trove of knowledge so as to begin their PBL with verve and gusto.