|Noori's Shrine in the middle of Lake|
It is also an important fishing place and home to many fishermen and their families. The famous folk lore of Sindh ‘Thee’ is connected to this area. There was once a fisherman’s daughter called Noori. The King Jam Tamachi of Sammah Dynasty fell in love with her and married her.
Noori’s shrine was built in the middle of
and is still there today. Her shrine is known to be dated back around 18th century. The King himself is buried in the Makli Hills. Hundreds of people come from far away areas to visit Noori’s shrine, giving Keenjhar Lake an added historical importance. Keenjar Lake
There are PTDC (Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation) Cottages for over night stay. The cottages are booked through PTDC offices
. Demand is heavier on the weekends, especially on Friday and Saturday evenings. The Family Area may be quite busy with many families staying overnight and inter-family games and festivities are not uncommon. Karachi