Sukkur is a city in the Pakistani province of Sindh along the western bank of the Indus River, directly across from the historic city of Rohri. It is the third largest city in Sindh after Karachi and Hyderabad, and 14th largest city of Pakistan by population
Sukkur has been an important strategic center and trading route from time immemorial. Alor (or Aror, Sukkur) held the status of capital under the reign of Musikanos, when Alexander invaded the region in 326 BCE. The ruins of this ancient town still exist, 8 km east of Rohri, in Sukkur district ¹. The region around Sukkur has been inhabited for millennia. The ruins of Lakhan-jo-daro, located near an industrial park on the outskirts of Sukkur, date from the Mature Harappan period of the Indus Valley Civilisation, between 2600 BCE and 1900 BCE .
Alor (or Aror, Sukkur) held the status of capital under the reign of Musikanos, when Alexander invaded the region in 326 BCE. The ruins of this ancient town still exist, 8 km east of Rohri, in Sukkur district . In ancient India, Aror once served as the capital of Sindh. Aror is the ancestral town of the Arora caste
Famous Food of Sukkur
Sukkur is famous for its dates. Some popular restaurants in Sukkur include Sindhri Restaurant, Dine Inn Restaurant, Gulf Restaurant and BBQ, Al Habib Restaurant, and Sukkur Food Restaurant & BBQ
Some famous landmarks in Sukkur include the Sukkur Barrage, the Lansdowne Bridge, the Tomb of Seven Sisters, Sadhu Belo, and the Masoom Shah Jo Minaro
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