The author writes travel pieces and is a fellow at the Royal Geographical Society.
Rediscovering the unknown mud volcanoes in Avaran district Balochistan
Travelling on a timeless highroad, searching for a milestone from an old map near the village of Malar
The fear is palpable, the colour drained from the festivals, the shrines no longer have the same celebratory air they once had
The tombs of Putt Suleman, like countless other monuments sprinkled across the outback of Sindh, must be preserved, else another part of Sindhi...
More than a decade later, finally, the chance to visit Awaran had come - and what a meaty treat!
On how a late 1990s visit to Gorakh by the then prime minister Nawaz Sharif -- the ‘highest spot in all Sindh’ that was ‘colder than Murree’...
This is a simple, heart-warming story of the magnanimity and benevolence of men who did good with no thought of recompense or reward
Many cyclones, storms and blasts after, the myth of Abdullah Shah Ghazi as the protector of Karachi persists
Endless journeys of an average Pakistani traveller
"When I ended my speech, everyone clapped." The lovely doe-eyed Saba Mallah said with such beautiful simplicity. "They stood up to clap for me," she...