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کراچی ؟

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Karachi (Urduکراچی‎; Sindhiڪراچی‎; ALA-LCKarācīIPA: [kəˈrɑːˌtʃi])

is the capital of Pakistan's Sindh province,

and served as the capital of Pakistan until 1958.[11] 

Situated on the shores of the Arabian Sea,

Karachi is the site of Pakistan's two largest seaports, the Port of Karachi and Port Bin Qasim, as well as Pakistan's busiest airport, Karachi is Pakistan's major industrial and transit hub. Ranked as a beta world city,[12][13] the city is Pakistan's premier financial centre.[14] 

As the most linguistic, ethnically, and religious diverse city in Pakistan,[15] Karachi exerts strong cultural influence over the rest of Pakistan.

Known as the "City of Lights" in the 1960's and 1970's for its vibrant nightlife,[16] Karachi was beset by sharp ethnic and political conflict in the 1980's with the arrival of weaponry from the War in Afghanistan.[17]

Karachi is the most most populous city in Pakistan,[18] and the second-largest in the Muslim world.[19] With an estimated population of over 23.5 million people in its greater metropolitan region,[6] 

it is the world's 7th most populous urban agglomeration,[10][20] and also one of the world's fastest growing cities.[21] 

Covering area of approximately 3,527 km2(1,362 sq mi),[22][23] Karachi's expansive metro region has a population density estimated at more than 6,000 people per square kilometre (15,500 per square mile).[24]

Though the Karachi region has been inhabited for millennia,[25] the city traces its roots to a small mixed Sindhi and Balochifishing village named Kolachi.[26] Karachi was formally established as a fortified trading settlement in 1729.[27] 

The settlement drastically increased in importance with the arrival of British colonialists who embarked on a major works at the city's port, and established connections to the British India's extensive railway system.[26

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زبان اردو

ابراهیم سیاهوشی | سه شنبه, ۲۷ مهر ۱۳۹۵، ۰۱:۳۵ ب.ظ


Urdu can not die out because it has very strong roots in Persia.


The language itself is not only just the language of the Muslims,


but it's also the language of the Hindus.


Ismail Merchant

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کار نیک

ابراهیم سیاهوشی | سه شنبه, ۲۷ مهر ۱۳۹۵، ۰۱:۲۰ ب.ظ

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مراکز خرید در کراچی

ابراهیم سیاهوشی | دوشنبه, ۱۹ مهر ۱۳۹۵، ۱۱:۰۴ ق.ظ

The city of Karachi offers a wide variety of shopping options, from traditional and unique bazaars to more modern-style shopping malls. Some places such as Saddar, Gulf Shopping Mall, Bahadurabad, Tariq Road, Zamzama, Zaib-un-nissa Street (Elphinestone Street) Hyderi and Waterpump (Anarkali Bazar) are known throughout the country as the best places to shop, hangout as well as hopefully grab a bargain or two!


Usmania Jewellers ( Visit Page )

This jewellers shop is situated in the biggest shopping venue of the city. It belongs to Okhai family which is also famous for sweet goods business. This shop is one of the largest shops in the city selling gold jewellery items especially for ladies.

Address: Shop no 4, Shadman Arcade, Opposite Rabi Centre, main Tariq Road, Karachi, Pakistan
Tel.: +92 21 453 4323



Chhotani ( Visit Page )

Chhotani has several branches in the city situated at malls, hotels and the famous areas. This jewellers shop offers its specialized oriental gold ornaments. It provides bangles, bracelets, ear-rings, rings as per order of the customers.

Chhotani at the Forum

Address: Ground Level, Khayaban-e-Jami, Block 9, Clifton, Karachi, Pakistan
Tel.: +92 21 353 69285

Chhotani at Saddar

Address: 6/2 & 6/3SB-4, Zaibunnisa Street, Saddar, Karachi, Pakistan
Tel.: +92 21 567 0725, 521 1954

Chhotani at Zamzama

Address: 6th Commercial Lane, Zamzama, Phase 5, D.H.A., Karachi, Pakistan
Tel.: +92 21 583 1380

Chhotani at Pearl Continental Hotel

Address: The Pavilion Mall, Club Road, Karachi, Pakistan
Tel.: +92 21 631 1877

Chhotani at Park Towers

Address: Ground Floor, Shahrah-e-Firdousi, Clifton, Karachi, Pakistan
Tel.: +92 21 536 9285, 583 2525 Ext. 109


Park Towers shopping mall ( Visit Site )

This is a shopping mall with a wide variety of shops which includes clothing, jewellery, handicrafts, export quality bed linen and books. It also has a food court, a children's entertainment area and a supermarket division.

Address: Shahrah-e-Firdousi, Clifton, Karachi, Pakistan
Tel.: +92 21 35878675-7



Bargello fashion store ( Visit Site )

Bargello is a popular fashion store in the city that offers bridal, evening, party, special occasions and casual wear. It provides ghagara, sharara, lehenga, saris, shalwar kameez, saris, kurtis and home items like cushions, bed sets also. The style of the clothes here is concentrated more on an Eastern classic with Western applications.

Address: 28-C, 5th Commercial Street, Khayaban-e-Badadr, Phase V, Defence, Karachi, 75500, Pakistan
Tel.: +92 21 534 1401-4



The Forum Mall ( Visit Site )

The Forum is a modern mall situated in rich Clifton area of the city. It contains a wide variety of shops selling jewellery, handicrafts, clothing, shoes, cosmetics and many more. This centrally air conditioned mall also offers the good dining options.

Address: Khayaban-e-Jami, Block 9, Clifton, Karachi, Pakistan


Dolmen Mall Hyderi ( Visit Page )

The mall is famous for its exclusive shops with variety of goods. Most of the stores in this mall offer designers wear and goods. It has central air conditioning system. Food court is also available in the mall.

Address: Block C, North Nazimabad, Karachi, Pakistan


Empress Market ( Wikipedia )

This market place offers shops of clothing, crafts, leather goods, marble products and much more. Get an opportunity to know more about the Pakistani traditional market.



LALS ( Visit Page )

LALS is a famous gift shop that provides elegantly wrapped gifts for weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, Valentine’s Day and so on. The shop also caters to chocolate platters, corporate gifts, gift baskets and gifts on special requests. It is popular for its wide variety, good quality and friendly service.

Address: 5-C, 3rd Commercial Lane, Zamzama, Phase 5, D.H.A., Karachi, Pakistan
Tel.: +92 21 358 78883, +92 42 357 20391



Liberty books ( Visit Site ) ( Visit Page )

Liberty books have plenty of branches situated in malls and hotels.

Liberty at the Forum mall

Address: Ground Level, Khayaban-e-Jami, Block 9, Clifton, Karachi, Pakistan
Tel.: +92 21 353 78338

Liberty at Park Towers

Address: Shahrah-e-Firdousi, Clifton, Karachi, Pakistan
Tel.: +92 21 358 32525 Ext.111

Liberty at Dolmen Mall

Address: Tariq Road, Karachi, Pakistan
Tel.: +92 21 352 94276

Liberty at Marriott Hotel

Address: 9 Abdullah Haroon Road, Karachi, Pakistan
Tel.: +92 21 352 16532

Liberty at Sheraton Hotel

Address: Club Road, Karachi, Pakistan
Tel.: +92 21 356 88374

Liberty at BBQ Tonight

Address: Near Bar B. Q Tonight Shop No. G – 1, Plot # GP – 5, Block – 5, Clifton, Karachi, Pakistan
Tel.: +92 21 353 74153

Liberty at Barkate Hyderi

Address: Shop No. 72, Near Hyderi Sweets, Adjacent to 'Meezan Bank', Block "D", North Nazimabad, Karachi, Pakistan
Tel.: +92 21 366 30015

Branches also at METRO Saddar Centre, METRO Star Gate Centre, METRO Mangophir Centre, METRO Cash & Carry Pakistan, Hyperstar and Aga Khan University Book Shop


Zainab Market ( Visit Page )

Zainab market is situated in Saddar near Avari Towers hotel. This tourist’s popular venue contains small shops selling handicrafts, textile, T-Shirts, leather, children clothes and much more. Some shops in the market offer brass-ware, pashminas, rugs and the leather goods at reasonable prices. Also shawls, bed sheets, wall hangings and local needle works from the interiors of Sindh are also available at reasonable praises.

Address: Zainab Market, Saddar, Karachi, Pakistan

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شبهای کراچی

ابراهیم سیاهوشی | پنجشنبه, ۱۵ مهر ۱۳۹۵، ۱۱:۰۱ ق.ظ

The city of Karachi offers an interesting and diverse nightlife scene

that has several things to do, watch and also experience.

The city has a large selection of bars, cafes and clubs so whatever the type of venue you are looking for,

 you will certainly find something to suit your taste.

These hotspots are sprouting up all over the city and offer a vibrant nightlife to visitors.

Drop in at any popular club in the city and enjoy tasty, local snacks

 and some classy cocktails in a comfortable and relaxed ambiance. Some clubs are famous for their atmosphere where you can unwind and enjoy the drinks and music played in the background.

The major and prominent nightlife venues

are situated in the Clifton and Sea View areas of the city.

Watch the beautiful fountain constructed in front of Clifton Beach. This fountain is decorated with powerful lights and can be watched from any part of the beach.

In winter, shops in some areas of the city remain open till midnight.

Such major areas include Schoen Circle, Park Tower and Zamzama Street. Also,

don’t forget to take an experience of touring the city on a horse-drawn carriage.

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Karachi, Pakistan » Entertainment » Attractions

ابراهیم سیاهوشی | سه شنبه, ۱۳ مهر ۱۳۹۵، ۱۰:۳۳ ق.ظ

Although Karachi is the commercial centre of Pakistan, it is also one of the most richly cultural regions of the world to visit for its impressive history and local traditions as well as breathtaking geography


Mazar-e-Quaid (Jinnah Mausoleum  

Mazar-e-Quaid is one of the most impressive landmarks in Karachi which refers to the tomb of the founder of Pakistan, Mohammed Ali Jinnah. It is also known as the Quaid-E-Azam's Mausoleum or National Mausoleum. This monument is situated at the heart of the city which was completed in 1960s. The graves of the 'Quaid-e-Millat' i.e. Liaqat Ali Khan who was the first Prime Minister of Pakistan and Quaid's sister Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah are located nearby.




It is said that, Masjid-e-Tooba is probably the largest single dome mosque in the world. Locally known as the Gol Masjid, it is situated in the Defence Housing Society near main Korangi Road. The dome of Masjid-e-Tooba has diameter about 236 feet balanced on a low surrounding wall without central pillars. Its minaret is around 70 meters in height.


Clifton Beach

The Clifton beach is situated in the Arabian Sea near the Saddar Town of Karachi. This very popular beach of Karachi offers plenty of beachside entertainment opportunities like horse and camel rides, amusement parks, restaurants and swimming in the Arabian Sea. It is one of the most famous picnic destinations for its residents and the tourists as well.



Bhambore (Banbhore

This archaeological site is located around 64 kms from Karachi and it is assumed to be the ancient port city of Debul. In 712 AD, Arab conqueror Mohammad Bin Qasim first of Baghdad captured the whole area by defeating the local ruler Raja Dahir. This site has a small museum, remains of an old mosque, some other archaeological relics and nice green lawns to rest and enjoy.


Mohatta Palace 

Mohatta Palace was built in the late 1920's by Shivratan Chandraratan Mohatta. He was a Hindu businessman from Marwar who used this palace as his summer home. It has an area of around 18,500 sq. feet and it is built in the style of stone palaces in Rajasthan. The windows, stone brackets, spandrels, domes, balustrades with floral motifs and railings are just amazing. A beautiful family temple dedicated to Hindu God, lord Shiva is situated on the terrace of the Palace. Now days, it hosts a museum which exhibits the early history of Sindh, the freedom struggle and information about the city of Karachi.


Haleji Lake 

Haleji Lake is about 52 miles from Karachi. This Asia's greatest water fowl reserve is a very popular attraction of Karachi. The lake is a home for hundreds of migrant birds from Siberia during the winter. Around 222 bird species that include coots, ducks, purple moorhens, kingfishers, pigeons, white herons, teals, waders, mallards, flamingos, shovellers, pelicans, cormorants, egrets, black-headed gulls, pheasants, partridges and storks can be found here. This lake is a paradise for bird-watcher.


Frere Hall  

During the days of British rule, some public buildings like Frere Hall (1865) and the Empress Market (1890) were constructed in the city. The Frere Hall is a well-preserved beautiful structure that still exists in the city. It was built in honour of Sir Henry Bartle Edward Frere (Commissioner of Sind 1851-1859) who promoted some economic developments in Karachi. Mr. Benjamin Flinch then developed a garden around it. This yellowish Karachi limestone building has two floors comprising a hall, an orchestral gallery and the Liaquat Municipal Library at the ground floor.


Hindu Gymkhana (National Academy of Performing Arts) 

The Hindu Gymkhana was constructed in 1925 and it covers an area of around 47,000 sq. yds. It is one of the major tourist attraction situated on M. R. Kiyani Road opposite the Arts Council in Karachi. It has a sub-continental style architecture depicts both the Mughal and Hindu style. Now a days, Hindu Gymkhana is home to the National Academy of Performing Arts which is an institution established to conserve and teach performing arts and music.



Paradise Point 

Paradise Point is a beach on the Arabian Sea which is actually a sandstone rock promontory with a natural arch. Though the rocky region of this point is not suitable for swimming, the Paradise Point offers an opportunity to enjoy some beachside activities like horse rides, camel rides etc. It is one of the famous tourist destinations in Karachi.


Bagh Ibn-e-Qasim  

Previously named as Jehangir Kothari Park, Bagh Ibn-e-Qasim is country's largest park situated along the Arabian Sea in Clifton, Karachi. The park covers an area of around 130 acres. It has an accommodation capacity of about 300,000 people at a time. It has hundreds of trees, stone benches, lighting towers and footlights for the visitor's convenience. It is open for 24 hours a day.

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