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large ruined city at what was the mouth of the Indus

Still being excavated but it is evident that it was founded by the Parthians just before 0AD and... read more

Reviewed 27 December 2017
DrTomShelley
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Chatham
Picnic at historical place

A very nice place with sea water near by. This is the location where Muhammad Bin Qasim first... read more

Reviewed 10 May 2016
HamzaMahmood
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Lahore, Pakistan
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26 Dec 2017
“large ruined city at what was the mouth of the Indus”
9 May 2016
“Picnic at historical place”
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Reviewed 27 December 2017

Still being excavated but it is evident that it was founded by the Parthians just before 0AD and continued to be occupied until the 8th century when the River Indus moved away from it. It was evidently a large city at its height. There is...More

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Reviewed 10 May 2016

A very nice place with sea water near by. This is the location where Muhammad Bin Qasim first attacked Hindu raja and claimed first muslim place in Hidustan (now known as Pakistan and India). The building structure is no mo more except the walls are...More

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Reviewed 17 June 2015

Bhambore is easily reached through National Highway located about 65 Km from Karachi. Bhanbore is the same place (also called as Debal port in history) where Mohammad Bin Qasim, a General sent by Hujaj Bin Yousuf from Basra Iraq, landed in 712 AD. He was...More

1  Thank muradqadir985
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Reviewed 22 November 2014

Bhambore is famous for its ruins. There is a museum which contains very significant tools, coins, pots..etc... which were unearth from this old city. An other place for the lovers of the Geography & the history. though anyone can go there... there are also booked...More

2  Thank Baloch101
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Reviewed 21 October 2014

A magnificent Historical place ! The place is vast and you should also take some water and snacks with you. It also has one of the first mosques of South Asia. It is very green during monsoon season. There is a museum but it is...More

1  Thank Bilal123
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Reviewed 5 February 2014

Muhammad bin Qasim first entered Sindh through here. this area has been lived in previous to the Islamic invasion and dates back to a Buddhist era. Additionally the village was home to sassui, lover of panui.

4  Thank Muneeb C
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Reviewed 16 January 2014

Historical site; a must see! When you visit do ask for booklet. There is a small museum along with the fort. Historians say that the first Mosque of the sub continent had been built here n still exists .

1  Thank Irfan Ali Shah R
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Reviewed 5 December 2013

Bhambore is a historical site from Hindu times. It is considered a key historical town of Debal, which was taken over by conquering Muslim armies from Arab under the banner of Muhammad bin Qasim. The old temple site and the first masjid in Indian Sub...More

Thank ameerhamza
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Reviewed 4 October 2013

Stone and mud remainings of scytho - partian city. Small museum inside with around 8-10 cabinets with some exhibition and well described periods of the city development. It is the place for history lover but if you expect some nice and picturesque views you will...More

6  Thank wszewko
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Reviewed 14 December 2012

its a very good place to visit to know about the history of this location. this is the place where Indus River earlier pass through and the place where Bin Qasim landed in Sindh. there is small museum also.

2  Thank Bilal U
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