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Karachi

The 18th century folk tale of Mai Kolaci tells of a young fisherwoman who lived in a settlement near Keamari Bunder. When her husband Sanwal, who had gone on a fishing trip, failed to return even after fifteen days. She set off looking for him in the churning waves of the Arabian Sea in her battered boat. The violent storm rolled and rocked the fragile craft and blasted it to tiny shreds. The mighty waves threw Mai Kolachi on the shores of Girzi Bunder where, miraculously, she found Sanwal.

As a tribute to her gallantly and loyalty, the village elders named their settlement Mai Kolachi Goth. That village has changed its name and dimensions to Karachi, a booming megapolis.
Karachi is also known as the city of Quaid as the founder of Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah was born here on December 25, 1876 and also breathed his last here on September 11, 1948.

Karachi remained capital of Pakistan since the creation of Pakistan and then it was shifted to Islamabad. Now it is the capital of Sindh Province.

Mazar-e-Quaid

Education:
NED University of Engineering
Sindh University
Agha Khan University Medical College
Sindh Medical College

Weather:
Weather Report

Accomodation:
Marriott
Pearl Continental
Sheraton
Hotel Jabees

Other Links:

Karachi homepage by Alephx.com

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