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Karoonjhar Mountains are situated in the city of Tharparkar. This is hill in the district near the place nagarparkar on the northern edge of the Runn of Kutch. It contains granite rocks and Chinese clay. The Karoonjhar range is 19 km in length and attains a height of 305 m. Karoonjhar Mouantains are rich in mineral deposits. The Karunjhar was famously known as Kinro. The Mountain Range has several places of historical importance, like Bhodeser talao, Alakh wao (hidden well), Anchlechure, Sardaro, Gao Mukhi.
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Manchar is the largest shallow fresh water Lake in Pakistan. It is situated at a distance of 18 kms from Sehwan Sharif on west side of the River Indus, in district Jamshoro. The area of the lake rise and fall with the change if seasons from little as 350 km to as much as 520 km. The lake accumulates water from numerous brooks in the Kirthar Mountains and empties them into the Indus River. Manchar is synthetic Lake, created in 1930, when the Sukkur barrage was constructed on River Indus. The lake is sustained by two canals, the Aral and the Danister from the river Indus.
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Kai Valley is situated at a distance of 40 kms from Sehwan Sharif. District Jamshoro.The Kai valley is towards the southern part of the Sehwan Sharif in Kirthar Mountain Range. Kai valley presents a picturesque panorama on both sides of the road. Kai Valley is one of the rare solitary landscape, which sees majority of tourist. It gives the impression as if the hills were once underneath sea level because there are noticeable signs of erosion from the water waves. The track leading to these caves is a bit narrow but apparent, with the help of signs available there. The lower site frequently called as “Satt Ghariyoon” (Seven Caves), is towards the east of the village Muhammad Khan Noohani, situated near a mountainous water stream. However the upper site stretches out towards the southern part of the village. At its apex the upper part is enveloped by an ancient compound wall of stones. The remains of ancient hamlets and terracotta pottery have been discovered from this hilly part. The pottery belonged to the olden Indus Valley Civilization and the caves to the Stone Age. There are 4 prominent and prehistoric sites here at Kai Valley, namely: Bulo –ji –Buthi, Nuku- Buthi , Kai-Buthi and Naing (a charismatic small oasis in Sindh Province). Lots of visitors come round to visit these prehistoric sites. A beautiful rest house has been established with basic amenities, to accommodate the visitors travelling to Sehwan Sharif and Panjatan Bagh.
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The shrine of Saint Shah Saduruddin Lakyari, known as Laki Shah Sadar is at 20 kms from south of Sehwan. The shrine is beautifully covered into the lap of huge mountains. The shrine’s dome is majestically designed with tiles and colourful precious stones. Adjacent the shrine there is stream flowing from these mountains; it is believed that the warm water of the stream cure the skin related problems of the devotees of this saint. Since the flow of the water is always continues that’s why it is called “Dhara Tirath”. The serene surroundings of this mountainous area, with stream flowing beside relax the mind and soul of the visitor. For the visitors’ coming from far off areas, a beautiful motel has been constructed there, where they are provided with spacious rooms to rest and delicious food to enjoy.
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Being the centre of one of the great cultural and traditional monuments, Sindh is also blessed with the exalted Shrines of great Saints of olden times. The Shrine of the Saint Qalandar Lal Shehbaz is filled up with ocean of people from all around the world, to get peace of mind and also witness the gigantic mausoleum visible from far off distance. The Sanctity of this sacred Shrine can be seen, in the ragged and colourful clothing of devotees during “Dhamaal”, in traditional song dance each day. The word Lal in this great saint’s name stand for red coloured dress, he always wore. The dome of the Shrine is beautifully decorated with kashi tiles in silver and gold. Every year around 2 million pilgrims attend Annual Festival at Qalandar. The four corners of the building are beautifully covered in white marble, with glazed tiles and attractive mirror work. The Shrine has a huge gold plated gate which looks extremely dignified at the entrance.
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Keenjhar Lake is one of the top attractions of Thatta district.The Lake is regionally familiar with the name of Kalri Lake. It is situated at district Thatta, Sindh. It is 122 km away from Karachi and 18 km from the town of Thatta. Keenjhar lake is one the largest fresh water lakes of Pakistan. It is indispensible threshold of drinking water for Thatta as well as Karachi city. Keenjhar Lake has been manifested as ramsar site and a natural life heaven. Keenjhar Lake is conducive natural terrain for a cluster of migrated birds in winter season, like ducks, geese, flamingos, cormorants, waders, herons, egrets, ibises, terns, coots and gulls. Keenjhar Lake is captivating tourist resort. A notable number of visitors frequently visit this place from Karachi, Hyderabad, Thatta to relish themselves with their kiths and kin. The visitors enjoy swimming fishing and sculling greatly. The renowned folklore of Sindh Noori Jam Tamachi is linked with this stunning site. Amid to this mesmerizing lake there is an Altar denoting the great legend Noori’s grave. Assorted enthusiasts from different cities of Pakistan visit this spell bound landmark and enjoy deeply.
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Sadh Belo is an island on Indus River very close to the city of Sukkur. There is a Hindu temple on the island which was founded in 1823 by Swami BakhandiMaharajUdasi; it is one of the main tourist attractions. The route to the temple is through the river on a boat, which provides the tourist with a pleasurable experience and scenic view of River Indus.
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Shrine of Sachal Sarmast is located at 40 km southwest of Khairpur, Sindh. Sachal was born in Daraza, near Ranipur, Sindh. He spread the message of love for humanity through poetry, during the Talpur era of Sindh. He is regarded as ``Shair-e-Haft Zaban`` (poet of seven languages).
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