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Lambert M Surhone, Mariam T Tennoe, Susan F Henssonow
Betascript Publishing, Mar 9, 2011 - 104 pages
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Nasarpur, is a town in the Sindh province of Pakistan. It is located at 25 31'0N 68 37'0E with an altitude of 12 metres (42 feet). Nasarpur was one of the oldest city-settlements in the Indus Valley Civilization which thrived in ancient times along the Indus River. City has been wrecked and re-erected many times in history, sometimes repeatedly. But in other cases the destruction has been so complete that the city was abandoned completely. This city was on the eastern bank, about 20 to 25 km from Indus River. In 751, Sultan Feroz Shah Tulkh left Ameer Naseer along his 1000 companions to rebuild the city, later on city was named as Naseer pur or Nasarpur. During Jalaluddin Muhammad Akbar period, Nasarpur was one of the major city. According to Hakem Fateh Muhammad Sehwani "Nasarpur was major artery between Dehli (India) and Sindh that allows goods to travel swiftly to buyers." Nasarpur itself is located in Matiari District in the modern-day province of Sindh, Pakistan at 25o31' 0N 68o37' 0E with an altitude of 12 meter.

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