Did you know Bathinda was called Tribhandanapura?

With photographs, coins and archaeological finds on display, the Central University of Punjab museum unravels many faces of the city

A relic from the Harappan civilization, coins from the medieval period, and lots more is what you can get to see when you visit the museum at the Central University of Punjab (CUP) in Bathinda.

The university came up with the idea of setting up the museum a couple of months back and noted historian, Subhash Parihar, who holds a PhD in Mughal architecture in Punjab (1526-1707), became the curator for the same.

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