Category Archives: Books on Karachi

Books published on Karachi.

St. Patrick’s A Journey of 175 years

  KARACHI: As the city celebrated Sindhi Cultural Day on Sunday, there was also another, much smaller, gracious celebration under way at the St Patrick’s Cathedral since the morning mass. Along with the hymns and readings from the Bible, the … Continue reading

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Karachi in Pictures

A pictorial hardcover on Karachi published by the Pak American Commercial inc on Zaibunnisa Street Karachi in 1986; by Mohammed Amin, Duncan Willetts and Brian Tetley. It was printed in Hong Kong. Great photos of Karachi!

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Instant City by Steven Inskeep

Morning Edition cohost Steve Inskeep presents a riveting account of a single harrowing day in December 2009 that sheds light on the constant tensions in Karachi, Pakistan—when a bomb blast ripped through a Shia religious procession, followed by the torching of hundreds … Continue reading

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The Dual City: Karachi During the Raj

This lavishly illustrated book provides an incisive look at the evolution of Karachi’s urban fabric and architecture as influenced by the political order of its time. By Yasmeen Lari and Mihail S. Lari and published by Heritage Foundation Karachi and … Continue reading

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History of Memons

Here is a book by Mr. Anwar Motan http://anwarmotan.com/history-of-memons/ History of Memons By Mr. Anwar Motan The question of Memons has always been close to my heart, and I have delved deeply into its origin. There has been some controversy … Continue reading

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