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Historical place in ruins

Arore is the ancient capital of Sindh but now its in Ruins, there is one 1,300 years old mosque... read more

Reviewed 17 April 2015
Bilal123
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Karachi, Pakistan
Very disappointing

The mosque is one of the earliest mosques of sub-continent yet no care is being taken. Its not... read more

Reviewed 22 January 2015
jamalpanhwar
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Karachi, Pakistan
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17 Apr 2015
“Historical place in ruins”
22 Jan 2015
“Very disappointing”
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Rohri, Sukkur, Pakistan
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Reviewed 17 April 2015

Arore is the ancient capital of Sindh but now its in Ruins, there is one 1,300 years old mosque constructed by the invader Bin Qasim. But now that also is in a very bad state. The fort of Arore is also 90% destroyed and only...More

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Reviewed 22 January 2015

The mosque is one of the earliest mosques of sub-continent yet no care is being taken. Its not restored although there is one Imam who takes care of it but besides that there is no other care. Beside the mosque is the archeological site of...More

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Reviewed 19 October 2014

This place is located in Sukkur District. Around 30 minutes drive from the city of Sukkur itself. This place is over 1,400 years old. The major attraction is Muhammed Bin Qasim's Mosque, which is said to be one of the first mosques in south asia....More

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Reviewed 2 October 2014

While travelling from Rohri to Arore one has to move towards south -east side.After leaving Rohri one finds the old course of the Indus river bed strewn with pebbles reminding us the historical background of the bygone era.On a raised mound is the remnant of...More

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