Expanding across a two-square-mile area, the Chaukandi Tombs near Karachi form an ancient Islamic burial site. The Chaukandi Tombs are renowned for its detailed sandstone carvings. These tombs bear a stylistic similarity to the elaborate graves located at the Makli Necropolis, one of the six UNESCO World Heritage Sites, near Thatta. Displaying the distinctive funerary […]
Heritage sites in Pakistan
Unveiling the Enigma: Makli Necropolis – A Treasure Trove of History and Artistry Nestled in a diamond-shaped expanse, the grandeur of the Makli Necropolis in Thatta is unparalleled. It boasts of its status as one of the largest graveyards globally covering a sprawling 10 square kilometers. Altogether, the Makli Necropolis houses an astonishing half-million monuments.
Unveiling the Mystical History and Temples of Ketas Raj: A Spiritual Journey Ketas Raj is a complex of ancient Hindu Temples nestled at an altitude of 2,000 feet above sea level. The temples are situated near the Chakwal district in the Potohar region of Pakistan. Ketas Raj, also known as Qilla Ketas, orniginally is a