Shikarpur

Shikarpur or Shakkarpur may refer to:

  • Shikarpur, Pakistan, the capital of Shikarpur District in Sindh province, Pakistan
  • Shikarpur District, in Pakistan
  • Shikarpur, Muzaffarnagar, town in Uttar Pradesh, India
  • Shikarpur, Bulandshahr, city and municipal board in Uttar Pradesh, India
  • Shikarpur Village, a village Uttar Pradesh, India
  • Shikarpur (Vidhan Sabha constituency), a former assembly constituency in the Paschim Champaran district of Bihar, India


Other articles related to "shikarpur":

Chak, Sindh
... situated on the west bank of Indus River in Shikarpur District, Sindh, Pakistan ... Chak also has an important place in Shikarpur District politically, socially and economically ... Historically, Chak had been part of Sukkur District but in the late 1970s it was made part of Shikarpur District ...
Shikarpur District - History
... Shikarpur has always been an important place as commanding the trade route through the Bolan Pass, and its merchants have dealings with many towns in Central Asia ... Shikarpur used to be called an "Paris of Sindh" because of unknown reason while some people thinks that it was called an "Paris of East" because of its ... Shikarpur is the most historical place of sindh, it was a place of Shikar means Hunting it was a place for hunting for the people because it had a large forest with the lot of animals so many people came ...
Garhi Yasin
... ڳڙهي ياسين is a town and taluka of Shikarpur District, Sindh, Pakistan ... One of the four talukas (sub-districts) of Shikarpur, Garhi Yasin is of great political and historical significance to Pakistan ... On 1 June 1977 the old Shikarpur subdivision, consisting of the two talukas of Shikarpur and Garhiyasin, was separated from Sukkur District, and a new District Shikarpur was created and attached to ...
Bhaiband - Culture and Lifestyle
... Pir Muhammad Ali Rashidi has described the Shikarpur city's historic splendor witnessed by him before the partition of British India in his book "Uhe Deenhan Uhe Sheenhan" (Vol ... I - pp 239–240) (Translation by Ramesh Kateja) “Shikarpur…..As I recollect from my early childhood memories, was a paradise for fun-loving wealthy people ... The people of Shikarpur, their traditions and the way of life were different from people of other parts of Sindh ...