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Atta Mohammad Bhambhro (1 February 1936 – 3 June 2020), also spelled as Atta Muhammad Bhanbro, was a Pakistani writer, poet, translator, historian and lawyer. He wrote more than one hundred books on Sindhi literature, history and civilisation besides contributing to indus script through his writings. Sometimes, he is referred to as archaeologist for his archaeological contribution excavated in Sindh.

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  • Atta Mohammad Bhambhro (1 February 1936 – 3 June 2020), also spelled as Atta Muhammad Bhanbro, was a Pakistani writer, poet, translator, historian and lawyer. He wrote more than one hundred books on Sindhi literature, history and civilisation besides contributing to indus script through his writings. Sometimes, he is referred to as archaeologist for his archaeological contribution excavated in Sindh.
  • Atta Mohammad Bhambhro (1 February 1936 – 3 June 2020), also spelled as Atta Muhammad Bhanbro, was a Pakistani writer, translator, poet, historian and lawyer. He wrote more than one hundred books on Sindhi literature, history and civilisation besides contributing to indus script through his writings. Sometimes, he is referred to as archaeologist for his archaeological contribution excavated in Sindh.
  • Atta Mohammad Bhambhro (1 February 1936 – 3 June 2020), also spelled as Atta Muhammad Bhanbro, was a Pakistani writer, translator, poet, historian, lawyer, and founder of Hoshu, a banned rebellious magazine. He wrote more than one hundred books on Sindhi literature, history and civilisation besides contributing to indus script through his writings. Sometimes, he is referred to as archaeologist for his archaeological contribution excavated in Sindh.
  • Atta Mohammad Bhambhro (1 February 1936 – 3 June 2020), also spelled as Atta Muhammad Bhanbro, was a Pakistani writer, translator, poet, historian, lawyer, and the founder of Hoshu, a banned rebellious magazine. He wrote more than one hundred books on Sindhi literature, history and civilisation besides contributing to indus script through his writings. Sometimes, he is referred to as archaeologist for his archaeological contribution excavated in Sindh.
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  • Atta Mohammad Bhambhro (1 February 1936 – 3 June 2020), also spelled as Atta Muhammad Bhanbro, was a Pakistani writer, poet, translator, historian and lawyer. He wrote more than one hundred books on Sindhi literature, history and civilisation besides contributing to indus script through his writings. Sometimes, he is referred to as archaeologist for his archaeological contribution excavated in Sindh.
  • Atta Mohammad Bhambhro (1 February 1936 – 3 June 2020), also spelled as Atta Muhammad Bhanbro, was a Pakistani writer, translator, poet, historian and lawyer. He wrote more than one hundred books on Sindhi literature, history and civilisation besides contributing to indus script through his writings. Sometimes, he is referred to as archaeologist for his archaeological contribution excavated in Sindh.
  • Atta Mohammad Bhambhro (1 February 1936 – 3 June 2020), also spelled as Atta Muhammad Bhanbro, was a Pakistani writer, translator, poet, historian, lawyer, and founder of Hoshu, a banned rebellious magazine. He wrote more than one hundred books on Sindhi literature, history and civilisation besides contributing to indus script through his writings. Sometimes, he is referred to as archaeologist for his archaeological contribution excavated in Sindh.
  • Atta Mohammad Bhambhro (1 February 1936 – 3 June 2020), also spelled as Atta Muhammad Bhanbro, was a Pakistani writer, translator, poet, historian, lawyer, and the founder of Hoshu, a banned rebellious magazine. He wrote more than one hundred books on Sindhi literature, history and civilisation besides contributing to indus script through his writings. Sometimes, he is referred to as archaeologist for his archaeological contribution excavated in Sindh.
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