Thursday, May 6, 2010

DERAWAR FORT,PAKISTAN-PROPERTY OF ROYAL FAMILY

Derawar Fort an historic place of Pakistan is located about 80 km from the city of Bahawalpur in Punjab province in Pakistan. Derawar Fort is a large square fortress.The forty bastions of Delawar are visible for many miles in Cholistan Desert. The walls have a circumference of 1500 meters and stand up to thirty meters high.

Derawar Fort the Jaisalmir property of the royal family until 1733, when Pakistan became the property of princely state Bahavalpur. In the same year it was reconstructed. Derawar Fort is part Ganweriwala, the archaeological area of ancient Indus Valley culture, the so-called Indus culture.































































































































































































































































































































9 comments:

BK Chowla, said...

It is a pity that such a lovely property is not Our part.

Ria said...

lovely pics!!

Jeevan said...

Interesting babli, the bastions are simply impressive.

R. Ramesh said...

wonderful post and pix babli..cheers and best wishes ya:)

文君 said...

Subtlety is better than force. ......................................................

Tomz said...

Superb Pictures and very interesting information
Thnks Babli

Trotter said...

Hi Babli! Wow! What a fort!! Quite impressive...

Ephesus Masterpieces are at Blogtrotter Two for you to enjoy; I’m sure you’ll also be impressed!! Have a great week!!

R.Ramakrishnan said...

Dear Babliji

Awesome post - fantastic photographs. Did you actually travel to Pakistan to see this? You must be really brave.

Ram

R Sudhir Kumar said...

This is a beautiful fort , so well captured. obivious question, Travelled to Pak? Any person with even a little intrest in ancient intrest would love to visit Mohenjadaro. Lets hope a day will dawn when we could live peacefully and walk across borders.