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Atta Muhammad Bhanbhro (1 February 1936 – 3 June 2020; also spelled as Atta Mohammad Bhambhro) was a Pakistani writer, translator, poet, historian, lawyer, and the founder of Hoshu, a banned rebellious magazine. He wrote more than four hundred books on Sindhi literature, history including traslations and civilization besides contributing to indus script through his writings. He was a wide studied man who claimed to read indus script found in moen jo daro but his research was not completed by him due to poority and government's little attention . Sometimes, he is referred to as archaeologist for his archaeological contribution excavated in Sindh.

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  • Atta Muhammad Bhanbhro (1 February 1936 – 3 June 2020; also spelled as Atta Mohammad Bhambhro) was a Pakistani writer, translator, poet, historian, lawyer, and the founder of Hoshu, a banned rebellious magazine. He wrote more than four hundred books on Sindhi literature, history including traslations and civilization besides contributing to indus script through his writings. He was a wide studied man who claimed to read indus script found in moen jo daro but his research was not completed by him due to poority and government's little attention . Sometimes, he is referred to as archaeologist for his archaeological contribution excavated in Sindh. (en)
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