Islamkot is a town in the Tharparkar District in Sindh, Pakistan. The name of the city translates as “Islam Fort”.
Neem Tree Town:
This town is also known as the Neem tree town because there are so many Neem trees in that town.
The population of this city is about 80,000.
The main language of the people of this city is Sindhi while other languages are also spoken but to small extent. About 90% of the people speaks Sindhi. Urdu is the national language so it is spoken and understood. English is also understood by the educated people.
This town has nearly equal Muslim and Hindu population.
Gori Temple Islamkot
The Hindu saint “Shri Sant Nanuram ” was born here and Neenuram Ashram is located in the town.
The people of this town is getting education and there are many schools for the people of this city. There are 10 primary boys school and a higher secondary school, and also three girls primary school and a girls high school.
The city is well connected with the other large cities like Karachi and Hyderabad.
Civil Aviation Authority of Pakistan is building an International Airport at Islamkot.
Peacocks can be found in Islamkot. This is the bird which can mostly be found here.
Peacock near islamkot sindh