Sunday, July 25, 2010
History of KASHMORE:
In 2004 Kashmore was separated from Jacobabad district and it was given the status of district of Sindh Province.
Kashmore is located on a point where the boundaries of three provinces; Punjab, Sindh and
Baluchistan met. So geographically it is a very important district.
Tehsils (Talukas) of Kashmore District:
Kashmore has three sub divisions or talukas:
While Bakhshapur is another big town of
Guddu Barrage Kashmore:
A famous barrage, Guddu Barrage is located in Kashmore.
Nearby Cities of Kashmore:
Jacobabad, Rajanpur, Shikarpur, Dera Bugti, Ghotki and Sukkar are the nearby cities of Kashmore and it share boundaries to these districts.
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