Small but Ancient

Pasni is known for its rustic crimson hills that stretches continuously for hundreds of kms along Makran Coastal Highway, Its a small fishing town; which has served as port for connecting Indus Valley to Oman and Mesopotamia through Kech-Makran. At this very point Kech River flows into Arabian Sea through minor tributaries like Shadi Kaur & Jabdar Kaur. A sixteenth century graveyard of Kalamati Tribe; DAYGAN lies in the vicinity of present day town of Pasni.  

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