Nagarparkar, a town in the southeastern area of Sindh, Pakistan, is a chromatic trip to the wild domes. Known for its archaic and ancient Nagarparkar Temples and the Churrio Jabal Durga Mata Temple, Nagarparkar is a place of immense historical and cultural significance.

The town is located at the foot of Karoonjhar hill and is surrounded by pink granite. Nagarparkar is home to a diverse population, including Hindus and Muslims.

Nagarparkar is also home to a variety of wildlife, including the endangered Chinkara gazelle. The town is located near the border of India and is surrounded by deserts and sand dunes.

A new resort, the Rooplo Kolhi Resort, has recently opened up in the area, boosting tourism even further.

For Nagarparkar explore:


  • Churrio Jabal Durga Mata Temple
  • Jain Temple of Bhodesar
  • Camping
  • Virawah Jain temple
  • Gori temple
  • Bhodesar Mosque