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Sche•her•a•za•de

(ʃəˌhɛr əˈzɑ də, -ˈzɑd, -ˌhɪər-)

n.
(in The Arabian Nights' Entertainments) the wife of the sultan of India, who relates such interesting tales nightly that the sultan spares her life.
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The festival Sheherezade was organised by the British Council Pakistan.
LAHORE -- The citizens took keen interest in an exhibition of art installations, titled Sheherezade, and music performances along Wazir Khan Mosque at Delhi Gate.
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Sheherezade Alam and potters from Harappa engaged visitors in recreating seals from the ancient Indus Valley civilisation.
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The show entitled Harappan Connections was arranged by Alliance Francaise on photographs of Indus Valley Civilization with featured potteries of late potter Mohammad Nawaz and ceramist Sheherezade Alam.
The exhibition features the photographs on Indus Valley Civilization with featured potteries of Mohammad Nawaz and ceramist Sheherezade Alam.