Welcome to Umerkot, a historical city in the Sindh province of Pakistan. The city has a rich cultural heritage and is named after a local ruler of Sindh, Umer Soomro Rajput, who appears in the popular tragic romance of Sindh called Shah Jo Risalo. However, the myth of Umer Marvi is believed to have been made up to Islamize the history of Amarkot, which was named after its original founder, Amar Singh. The city has been ruled by various regional powers, including the Mughals and the British. Today, Umerkot has many sites of historical significance such as Akbar’s birthplace, Umerkot Fort, and Momal Ji Mari. The city is also well-connected with other large cities like Karachi and Hyderabad. Umerkot has an ancient temple, Shiv Mandir, as well as a Kali Mata Temple, Krishna Mandir at old Amarkot, and Manhar Mandir Kathwari Mandir at Rancho Line. The Umerkot Shiv Mandir is one of the most ancient and sacred Hindu temples in Sindh. The city has more than 100 schools, 20 colleges, and one polytechnic college. Join us as we explore the hidden treasures of Umerkot and reveal why this historical city should be on every traveler’s bucket list.