The sun was setting as me and my awkward trio of a novelist, a hunter and a CSS officer enter into Sukkur and decided to make Sukkur as a rest point on our way from Karachi to Lahore. This was the place where I spent my childhood so I insisted on having a day to through the city for sightseeing and some revival of the old memories. Others weren’t very keen on this decision as they find these dry and barren lands boring and empty.
Sindh, though many may consider is as ‘dry’ land actually derives its name from the Sanskrit word “Sindhu” which means ocean which takes it metaphor from the glorious river that flows through Sindh and gives life to this country. The river`s glory has been amplified through the construction for barrages in Sukkur.
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