The winged beauties are here

uchali lake soon valley

By Khan Shehram Eusufzye In the words of naturalist and author Scott Weidensaul, “Migration is indeed the one truly unifying natural phenomenon in the world, stitching the continent together in a way that even the great weather systems, which roar out from the poles but fizzle at the equator, fail to…

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Return of the Winged Visitors

uchali lake soon valley

By Fatima Arif   In a world where boundaries for humans are constantly shrinking as a result of warring ideologies, some of God’s creation still call a stretch spanning from Siberia to South Asia home. The migratory birds arrive in the country, covering an approximate distance of 4,500 kilometres via Migratory Bird Route Number…

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A stepwell in Khura

Stepwells are wells or ponds in which the water may be reached by descending a set of steps. They may be covered and protected and are often of architectural significance. They are most common in western India. A number of distinct names, sometimes local, exist for stepwells. In Gujarati and…

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Tulhaath Fort

Tulhaath Fort Soon Valley

Tulhaath fort is a place located near Her Do Sodhi (سو د ھی) Baala on Kathwayi-Jahlar road. A rocky track leads to this fort. One has to travel by foot for about 1 and a half kilometres. According to Baba Sarwar Awan, this was a palace and there were canals for…

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Akrand Fort

Akrand Fort Soon Valley

    Akrand fort in Soon Valley was built by the men of Raja Tataar Khan in order to defend the areas of Soon and Pakhar. The fort is covered with thick and dense forest. Only one way leads to the fort which is along the way to Kanhatti garden.…

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Suggestions for tourists

Suggestions for tourists visiting Soon Valley

By Shah Samad Hamadani     The lines I am going to write are in no way a complete guideline for the tourists but comprises some of the things visitors should be looking after during their tour. Firstly, the local person is a must if you are planning to visit…

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Khadumi

  Khadumi is a rare beauty; untouched, silent and off the tourist trail. It is located near Nurshingh Phuwar.These clips are about one week old and the volume and width of the waterfall is reducing daily, so the scene most probably will be different now. Do NOT plan your visit…

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