Famous Sindhi folk songs you must listen to

Sindh is a province famous for its great heritage sites such as Ranikot fort and Mohenjo Daro. But most of all, it’s famous for its unique culture. And what better way to explore a region’s culture but to listen to great songs created by the musicians there?  Here are a few Sindhi folk songs that … Continue reading Famous Sindhi folk songs you must listen to

Why you must see Gorakh

When you think of travelling around Sindh, do you imagine a flat desert like land? Well, that was the consensus a few years back till travellers found out about the Gorakh Hill Station. Located at a high altitude 5,688, Gorakh is situated in the Kirthar Mountains near Dadu city. The hill station itself spreads over … Continue reading Why you must see Gorakh

Exploring Bhit Shah: The Home of ‘The Poet of Sindh’

Join us on an exciting journey to explore the mystical town of Bhit Shah in the Matiari district of Sindh! Earning its name from the legendary Sufi poet Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai who blessed the town in the early 18th century, Bhit Shah houses the beautiful shrine of the saint and a museum dedicated to … Continue reading Exploring Bhit Shah: The Home of ‘The Poet of Sindh’

Makli— The City of the Dead

Deep in the heart of Sindh lies one of the largest necropolises in the world. The massive Makli graveyard, spanning over 10 km and housing an astonishing half a million tombs and graves, is the final resting place of ancient royalty, Sufi saints and scholars from the Samma (1335-1520), Arghun  (1520-1555) and Tarkhan (1555-1665) dynasties. Walking amongst the graves … Continue reading Makli— The City of the Dead