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It is the most populous city in Pakistan, [12] [13] and fourth-most-populous city proper in the world. Though the Karachi region has been inhabited for millennia, [20] the city was founded as the fortified village of Kolachi [21] in Karachi is one of Pakistan's most secular and socially liberal cities.

Karachi is home to over 2 million Bangladeshi immigrants , 1 million Afghan refugees , and up to , Rohingyas from Myanmar. Karachi is now Pakistan's premier industrial and financial centre. Known as the "City of Lights" in the s and s for its vibrant nightlife, [42] Karachi was beset by sharp ethnic, sectarian, and political conflict in the s with the arrival of weaponry during the Soviet—Afghan War.

Karachi was reputedly founded in as the settlement of Kolachi. Late Palaeolithic and Mesolithic sites discovered by a team from Karachi University on the Mulri Hills constitute one of the most important archaeological discoveries made in Sindh during the last 50 years.

The earliest inhabitants of the Karachi region are believed to have been hunter-gatherers , with ancient flint tools discovered at several sites.

A sea port called Barbarikon by the Greeks was situated in Karachi. The Karachi region is believed to have been known to the ancient Greeks. The region may be the site of Krokola , where Alexander the Great once camped to prepare a fleet for Babylonia , as well as Morontobara which may possibly be Karachi's Manora neighbourhood. Under his rule, fortifications in the region acted as a bulwark against Portuguese incursions into Sindh. Karachi was founded in as the settlement of Kolachi under the rule of the ethnically Baloch Talpur Mirs of Sindh.

The settlement was fortified, and defended with cannons imported by Sindhi sailors from Muscat, Oman. The name Karachee was used for the first time in a Dutch document from , in which a merchant ship de Ridderkerk is shipwrecked near the original settlement.

The city was recognized for its strategic importance, prompting the British to establish the Port of Karachi in Karachi rapidly became a transportation hub for British India owing to newly built port and rail infrastructure, as well as the increase in agricultural exports from the opening of productive tracts of newly irrigated land in Punjab and interior Sindh. During the Sepoy Mutiny of , the 21st Native Infantry, then stationed in Karachi, mutinied and declared allegiance to rebel forces in September , though the British were able to quickly defeat the rebels and reassert control over the city.

Following the Rebellion, British colonial administrators continued to develop the city. In , the first telegraphic message was sent from South Asia to England from Karachi. By , Karachi had become the largest wheat-exporting port in the East.

Karachi's newly arrived Jewish population established the city's first synagogue in By the end of the 19th century, Karachi's population was estimated to be , Under British rule, the city's municipal government was established.

Known as the Father of Modern Karachi , mayor Seth Harchandrai Vishandas led the municipal government to improve sanitary conditions in the Old City, as well as major infrastructure works in the New Town after his election in At the dawn of Pakistan's independence in , Karachi was Sindh's largest city with a population of over , This migration lasted until the s.

Karachi was selected as the first capital of Pakistan and served as such until the capital was shifted to Rawalpindi in Karachi of the s was regarded as an economic role model around the world, with Seoul , South Korea borrowing from the city's second "Five-Year Plan.

The s and s saw an influx of thousands of Afghan refugees from the Soviet war in Afghanistan into Karachi; who were in turn followed in smaller numbers by refugees escaping from post-revolution Iran.

In the late s and early s, Karachi was rocked by political and conflict, while crime rates drastically increased with the arrival of weaponry from the War in Afghanistan.

The party and its vast network of supporters were targeted by Pakistani security forces as part of the controversial Operation Clean-up in — an effort to restore peace in the city that lasted until Karachi is located on the coastline of Sindh province in southern Pakistan, along a natural harbour on the Arabian Sea. Karachi is built on a coastal plains with scattered rocky outcroppings, hills and coastal marshlands.

Coastal mangrove forests grow in the brackish waters around the Karachi Harbour, and farther southeast towards the expansive Indus River Delta. West of Karachi city is the Cape Monze , locally known as Ras Muari , which is an area characterised by sea cliffs, rocky sandstone promontories and undeveloped beaches. Within the city of Karachi are two small ranges: Between the hills are wide coastal plains interspersed with dry river beds and water channels. Karachi has developed around the Malir River and Lyari Rivers , with the Lyari shore being the site of the settlement for Kolachi.

To the west of Karachi lies the Indus River flood plain. The city has low annual average precipitation levels approx. While the summers are hot and humid, cool sea breezes typically provide relief during hot summer months, though Karachi is prone to deadly heat waves, [68] though a text-message based early warning system is now in place that helped prevent any fatalities during an unusually strong heatwave in October It is dry and pleasant relative to the warm hot season, which starts in March and lasts until monsoons arrive in June.

Proximity to the sea maintains humidity levels at near-constant levels year-round. The city's highest monthly rainfall, The city first developed around the Karachi Harbour, and owes much of its growth to its role as a seaport at the end of the 18th century, [75] contrasted with Pakistan's millennia-old cities such as Lahore , Multan , and Peshawar.

Karachi's Mithadar neighbourhood represents the extent of Kolachi prior to British rule. The city's development was largely confined to the area north of the Chinna Creek prior to independence, although the seaside area of Clifton was also developed as a posh locale under the British, and its large bungalows and estates remain some of the city's most desirable properties.

The aforementioned historic areas form the oldest portions of Karachi, and contain its most important monuments and government buildings, with the I. Chundrigar Road being home to most of Pakistan's banks, including the Habib Bank Plaza which was Pakistan's tallest building from until the early s. Situated on a coastal plain northwest of Karachi's historic core lies the sprawling district of Orangi Town.

North of the historic core is the largely middle-class district of Nazimabad , and upper-middle class North Nazimabad , which were developed in the s.

To the east of the historic core is the area known as Defence — an expansive upscale suburb developed and administered by the Pakistan Army.

Karachi's coastal plains along the Arabian Sea south of Clifton were also developed much later as part of the greater Defence Housing Authority project. Karachi's city limits also include several islands, including Baba and Bhit Islands , Oyster Rocks, and Manora , a former island which is now connected to the mainland by a thin 12 kilometre long shoal known as Sandspit.

The city has been described as one divided into sections for those able to afford to live in planned localities with access to urban amenities, and those who live in unplanned communities with inadequate access to such services. Karachi is Pakistan's financial and commercial capital. The city forms the centre of an economic corridor stretching from Karachi to nearby Hyderabad , and Thatta. The city has a large informal economy which is not typically reflected in GDP estimates.

Today along with Pakistan's continued economic expansion Karachi is now ranked 3rd in the world for consumer expenditure growth with its market anticipated to increase by 6.

Most of Pakistan's public and private banks are headquartered on Karachi's I. Chundrigar Road , which is known as "Pakistan's Wall Street", [2] with a large percentage of the cashflow in the Pakistani economy taking place on I.

Most major foreign multinational corporations operating in Pakistan have their headquarters in Karachi. Karachi is also home to the Pakistan Stock Exchange , which was rated as Asia's best performing stock market in on the heels of Pakistan's upgrade to emerging-market status by MSCI.

Karachi has been the pioneer in cable networking in Pakistan with the most sophisticated of the cable networks of any city of Pakistan, [88] and has seen an expansion of information and communications technology and electronic media. The city has become a software outsourcing hub for Pakistan. Industry contributes a large portion of Karachi's economy, with the city home to several of Pakistan's largest companies dealing in textiles, cement, steel, heavy machinery, chemicals, and food products.

As home to Pakistan's largest ports and a large portion of its manufacturing base, Karachi contributes a large share of Pakistan's collected tax revenue.

As most of Pakistan's large multinational corporations are based in Karachi, income taxes are paid in the city even though income may be generated from other parts of the country. According to the Federal Board of Revenue 's — year book, tax and customs units in Karachi were responsible for Karachi is the most linguistically, ethnically, and religiously diverse city in Pakistan.

The city's inhabitants are referred to by the demonym Karachiite. The census numerated Karachi's population to be 14,,, having grown 2. At the end of the 19th century, Karachi had an estimated population of , Lower than expected population figures from the census suggest that Karachi's poor infrastructure, law and order situation, and weakened economy relative to other parts of Pakistan made the city less attractive to in-migration than previously thought.

Political parties in the province have suggested the city's population has been underestimated in a deliberate attempt to undermine the political power of the city and province. The oldest portions of modern Karachi reflect the ethnic composition of the first settlement, with Balochis and Sindhis continuing to make up a large portion of the Lyari neighbourhood, [25] though many of the residents are relatively recent migrants. Following Partition, large numbers of Hindus migrant Pakistan for the newly-independent Dominion of India later the Republic of India , while a larger percentage of Muslim migrant from India settled in Karachi.

Much of Karachi's citizenry descend from Urdu-speaking migrants from North India who became known by the Arabic term for "Migrant" — Muhajir. The first Muhajirs of Karachi arrived in in the aftermath of the Great Calcutta Killings and subsequent Bihar riots.

Karachi is home to a wide array of non-Urdu speaking Muslim peoples from what is now the Republic of India. The city has a sizable community of Gujarati , Marathi , Konkani -speaking refugees. During the period of rapid economic growth in the s, large numbers Pashtuns from the NWFP migrated to Karachi with Afghan Pashtun refugees settling in Karachi during the 80's.

Following the Indo-Pakistani War of and independence of Bangladesh , thousands of Urdu-speaking Biharis arrived in the city, preferring to remain Pakistani rather than live in the newly-independent country. Large numbers of Bengalis also migrated from Bangladesh to Karachi during periods of economic growth in the s and s. Karachi is now home to an estimated 2. Karachi is home to an estimated , Rohingya residents. Central Asian migrants from Uzbekistan and Kyrghyzstan have also settled in the city.

Karachi is one of Pakistan's most religiously diverse cities. The city also is home to large numbers of Hindus , and a small community of Zoroastrians. Following the independence of Pakistan, much of Karachi's Sindhi Hindu population left for India while Muslim refugees from India in turn settled in the city. The city continued to attract migrants from throughout Pakistan, who were overwhelmingly Muslim, and city's population nearly doubled again in the s.

Karachi is overwhelmingly Muslim, [2] though the city is one of Pakistan's most secular cities. Shi'ites are predominantly Twelver , with a significant Ismaili minority which is further subdivided into Nizaris , Mustaalis , Dawoodi Bohras , and Sulaymanis. While most of the city's Hindu population left en masse for India following Pakistan's independence, Karachi still has a large Hindu community with an estimated population of , based on data.

Karachi has the largest number of Urdu speakers in Pakistan. Karachi is served by a road network estimated to be approximately 9, kilometres 5, miles in length, [] serving approximately 3. Karachi is served by three "Signal-Free Corridors" which are designed as urban express roads to permit traffic to transverse large distances without the need to stop at intersections and stop lights.

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