HYDERABAD CITY SINDH HISTORY

HYDERABAD CITY SINDH HISTORY

Posted by Engr. Muhammad Maroof | Posted in | Posted on 4:00 AM

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HYDERABAD CITY SINDH HISTORY

HYDERABAD CITY SINDH HISTORY

Situated about 164 km (102 miles) north-east of Karachi, Hyderabad was the capital of Sind during the reign of the Talpur Mirs in the 18th and 19th centuries. Today, it is notable for the Kotri Barrage over the Indus and for its University. It Is also the home of many colorful handicraft industries such as glass bangles, glazed tiles, lacquered wood furniture, handloom cloth called "soussi", block-printed "ajrak'', shoes, stainless steel utensils and much else. It has a well maintained museum.

This park may be visited for recreation education or research but shooting is forbidden. It is approachable through 81 kms. of Super Highway and further 72 kms. jeepable road. Overnight stay is possible. Best season to watch the animals in this Park is winter. Excursion tours can be arranged by Pakistan Tours Ltd., Club Road, Karachi for the National Park and wild boar hunting in other areas of Sind.

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