Wagah Border

Wagah Border is the border between India and Pakistan connecting Lahore, Pakistan with Amritsar, India. It is located 29 km from the town of Lahore on the Pakistani side and 27 km from Amritsar on the Indian side. This is the only crossing point between Pakistan and India that is regularly open to foreigners. It’s a well known place all over Pakistan. When driving from Islamabad, it should take at minimum 4.5 hours.


Umarkot is a town in the Umarkot District in Sindh, Pakistan. This city is located at the Latitude of 33.371° North and Longitude of 73.175° East. The city is well connected with the other large cities like Karachi, the provincial capital and Hyderabad. Most spoken language are Sindhi, Punjabi, and Dhatki. Urdu is the national language so it is spoken and understood. English is also spoken and understood by the educated people.


Thatta is a city in province Sindh of Pakistan. It is the capital of Thatta District and will be capital of announced Banbhore Division. Some suggested the name derived from the word Thab implying closeness of population, while others find its origin in the common word Thatta, a crowd or assembly of people. It is located at the Latitude of 24°44′46.02″ North and Longitude of 67°55′27.61″ East. It is located 100 km (62 mi) east of the provincial capital of Sindh, Karachi, it makes for a practical escape for people from the city seeking to visit the picturesque old town.

Tando Allahyar

Tando Allahyar is a town in province Sindh, Pakistan. It is the capital of Tando Allahyar District. It is located at the Latitude of 25°27′ North and Longitude of 68°42′ East. Tando Allahyar lies 25 miles north east of Hyderabad, on the road between Hyderabad and Mirpurkhas. Tando Allahyar is a railway hub for the Sindh region. Early in the nineteenth century, members of the Bozdar family, a community from the Suleiman Mountains, founded the settlements of Khan Muhammad Bozdar, Massu Bozdar and Dhangano Bozdar.

Tando Adam

Tando Adam is a town in province Sindh, Pakistan. The city is also called Daran Jo Shehar , because it had eight gates in different places. In 1947, there were only 7,000 residents; by 2012, the population had increased to 123,261. The population is 92% Muslim, 6% Hindu, and 2% Christian. Ethnically, 50% are Sindhi, 30% are Muhajir, 10% are Punjabi, 8% are Pashtun, and 2% other ethnicity. The official language of the city is Urdu; other languages spoken include Sindhi, Siraiki, Balochi, Pashto, Punjabi, and Marwari Qaimkhani. Sindhi is a medium of communication.


Sukkur, or Sakharu  formerly Aror and Bakar, is the third largest city of Sindh province, situated on the west bank of Indus River in Pakistan in Sukkur District. However, the …


Shikarpur  is small city and the capital of Shikarpur District in Sindh province of Pakistan. It is situated about 29 km west of the right bank of the Indus, with a …


Shahdadkot is the most populated town of Qamber Shahdadkot District of Sindh, Pakistan. Shahdakot is named after Shahdad Khan who is believed to be Khuhawar. Its full name Silra Shahdadkot came from the strong historical relations between the two communities i-e Khuhawars and Silra’s, and to highlight contribution of Silra community for the city. The official name of Shahdadkot is Silra Shahdadkot however it is mostly known by its shortened name. It is located at the Latitude of 27°51′0″ North and Longitude of 67°54′0″ East. It is located around 44 kilometres northwest of Larkana and 32 kilometers north of Kambar.


Shah Bandar or Shahbandar is located in Thatta District, Sindh, Pakistan. It is located on Latitude of 24°09′57.35″ North and Longitude of 67°54′12.14″ East. The Sindhis form the majority of the population of Shahbandar. There are also Baloch and Kutchi settled in Shahbandar. The population is predominantly Muslim with a small Hindu minority.

Shah Jahan Mosque

The Shah Jahan Mosque is located in Thatta in province Sindh of Pakistan. Its name was kept as Shah Jahan Mosque because it was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. In the town of Thatta (100 km / 60 miles from Karachi) itself, there is famous Shahjahani Mosque with its beautiful architecture. This Mosque was constructed by the eponymous Emperor as a gift to the people of Sindh. It is built predominantly of heavy brick and is laid out in the usual quadrilateral arrangement with a large (52 x 30 meter) courtyard at its center.


Sanghar District is one of the largest districts of Sindh province, Pakistan. It is located at the Latitude of 26°00′ North and Longitude of 69°15′ East. It is located in the centre of Sindh and is bounded to the east by India. The district capital, Sanghar, is itself a small city roughly 56km east-south-east of the city of Nawabshah and the same distance north of Mirpur Khas. Randhawa Colony is situated at Nawabshah Road near Wapda Office. Its primary industry is agriculture. The people of this district speak Sindhi language in major. Nearly 80% of the people speak Sindhi language and the rest of the people speak Panjabi, Balochi and Hazarangi.


Sakrand is a town in the Sindh province of Pakistan. This town is located at the Latitude of 26°8′17″ North and Longitude of 68°16′23″ East. Sakrand is a taluka of the district Shaheed Benazirabad (old Nawabshah), near about 18 kilometers from the old Nawabshah city. By road it is at three and a half hours drive from Karachi on National Highway and one and a half hour drive from Hyderabad on National Highway.