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 […]
Tourist attractions in Sindh
The Khairpur district in the Sindh province is renowned for housing several remarkable monuments showcasing architectural marvels, and one of them is the Kot Diji Fort from the Talpur Era. This historical edifice’s structure remains standing, preserving its grandeur for visitors to admire. The name “Kot Diji Fort” is derived from the Sindhi language phrase
Sindh is the third largest provinces of Pakistan with Karachi being the capital city. Locally known as Mehran, the region covers an area of 54,407 square miles (140,914 square km) inhibiting some 47,886,051 (as per 2017 census) people following a unique culture with 52.02% urban population. Geography Geographically Sindh is located to the southeast of
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.
Unlocking the Enigma of Mohenjo-Daro: A Dive into Ancient History Mohenjo-Daro also spelled as Mohenjodaro or Moenjodaro, holds a mystique as intriguing as its name, which translates to “Mound of the Dead.” This archaeological gem is nestled in the Sindh province of Pakistan, offering a window into the enigmatic Indus Valley Civilization (IVC) that thrived