A type of white plant produced in Varanasi land after rain. Natural dried white pear, earthworm, mangrove, papaya. Rounding the top of the material for identification.
Naukot Fort is a fortification that was established by Mir Karam Ali Khan Talpur in 1814 It is situated approximately 64 in the south of Mirpur Khas town. Sindh. It is also called the Gateway to Thar Desert. Talpurs belong to the Balochi tribe who later settled in Sindh The Talpurs dynasty encamped in northern Sindh. spoke the Sindhi language very fluently. The ruling era of Talpurs in Sindh was from 1783 to 1845. Later it was captured by the British East India Company commanded by General Charles James Napier Naukot Fort has become the centre of tourists attractions after the rains in Thar and families from differnt areas are heading to the historical fort. The fort was used by Talpur Mirs as strong hold cum-residence. Most Probably these building were used as residences and a few of them for imprisoning the prisoners. There are also barracks down here The Fort is owned by Government of Sindh declared Protected under Antiquites Act. 1975.
This is a hut. It is built by people from the desert areas. In the Thar Desert of Pakistan, people live in these houses. This house is made of mud and wood. It doesn’t even have rainwater.
These pottery is often made in the village and is still used in the countryside today and has been used for centuries.
These are rilli and hand fans. The rilli is made in a village in Sindh province of Pakistan and the hand fans are made from palm leaves.
It is a shirt, it is made by hand embroidery, it is the cultural dress of the villagers, nowadays it is also used as a fashion in the cities.
Many people in Pakistan’s villages still live in mud houses. These houses are naturally cold. These houses are built by the men and women of the village together.
This is pottery and plates shop. You will often find this shop in small towns and cities.