Home / D.G.Khan /Places In D.G.Khan

History of D.G.Khan

Dera Ghazi Khan was founded in 1494 by one of the Balouch Sardar Haji Khan. He named this city as the name of his son Ghazi Khan. According to the demography of 1998, this city has the population of about 16,43,118. This city has various historical, religious and tour places. Most well known are "Fort Minro" and "Sakhi Sarwar".

Fort Minro

Fort Munro is a hill station in Dera Ghazi Khan District, Punjab, Pakistan. The station lies on the Quetta Road 86 km from the city of Dera Ghazi Khan in the Sulaiman Mountains. Its elevation is 1800 meters (6,470 feet) above sea level and it attracts many people for short stays during the hot summer.

Fort Munro by hassanzaidi

Sakhi Sarwar

Syed Ahmad Sultan Sakhi Sarwar is also known as Lakh Data, Sakhi Sultan and Lalan Wali Sarkar. He was the son of Hazrat Zainul Abedin, who migrated from Baghdad and settled in Shahkot (near Multan) in 1220 AD. He studied in Lahore and later went to Dhounkal, near Wazirabad for higher education.Sakhi Sarwar preached Islam in Sodhra, near Wazirabad. He also stayed at Dhounkal with his contemporary saints Shaikh Shahabuddin Suhrawardy and Hazrat Moinuddin Ajmeri. From Dhounkal, Sakhi Sarwar came to Dera Ghazi Khan and settled in Nagaha, now named after him, Sakhi Sarwar. Sakhi Sarawar is about 35Km from Dera Ghazi Khan

  •   D.G.Khan CCI
    Khakwani House, Block # 34,Dera Ghazi Khan
  •   +92-64-9260503
  •   +92-64-9260507
  • info@dgkhanchamber.pk


Follow us on twitter.

Join Us On Facebook