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Gogera Fort

Saturday, February 19, 2011
A road bifurcates towards north from Gogera Sadar town and leads to village Thatta Ghulamka Dheroka (TGD) in the backwaters of the Punjab. The village has become famous all over the world for dolls and toys made here by village folks. Volunteers from German NGO DGFK are working in this village since 1992. Aside from locals, large numbers of foreigners interested in rural culture, social work and poverty alleviation, and experts in different fields of human activities come to this village and pass by the grand building of Gogera Fort. Community based local NGO Anjuman-e-Fala-e-Aama is working in cooperation with DGFK under direct supervision of two full time volunteers Dr Senta Siller and Dr Norbert Pintsch.

The idea of the conservation of the Gogera Fort and turning into a monument not only for the foreigners who frequent this area but also for next generations has become one of the active concerns of the NGO. Norbert Pintsch, Volunteer Project Director Technology Transfer and Training Center for Men in TGD, an Architect by profession and social worker by choice is taking keen personal interest in this project.

Related: Gogera Report, Gogesra insights  

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posted by Doll at 10:11 AM

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

you should also post some pics of the Gogera fort

August 14, 2009 at 10:53 AM  
Blogger Talha said...

I need to visit the place

February 20, 2011 at 9:20 PM  
Anonymous Asma said...

Nice I think I'll have to write bout this place.

February 20, 2011 at 9:22 PM  

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