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Islamkot Tehsil (Urdu: اِسلام كوٹ), (Sindhi: اسلام ڪوٽ) is a Tehsil in the Tharparkar District in Sindh, Pakistan. Hundreds of neem trees seen on Islamkot-Mithi, Islamkot-Chachro and Islamkot-Nagarparkar roads were planted during chairmanship of Nihalchand Pabani and under his care. For the same reason this region is also known as the Neem tree region. The Civil Aviation Authority of Pakistan is building the Islamkot International Airport here. After the renovation of Islamkot-Mithi Road, the tourism in the area has increased manifold.
Hindus constitute a majority, accounting for 90% of the population. Others being Muslims.
Sant Nenuram Ashram
The Hindu saint "Shri Sant Nenuram" was born here and Sant Nenuram Ashram located in this region was established by Nihalchand Pabani with the support of local people. Each day twice free meal is served throughout the year in Sant Nenuram Ashram in form of "Bhandhara" which is available for everyone.
People from different castes, creed, race or religion avail this meal on a daily basis and during annual three-day festival of Sant thousands of devotees attend and celebrate it, including both Hindus and Muslims.
- ^ a b "Biography of Seth Nihalchand". Sant Nenuram Ashram.
- ^ Islamkot Airport
- ^ Akash Hamirani, Bashir Ahmad (April 26, 2018). "Nenu Ram Ashram: A place of refuge for everyone". Pak Voices.
- ^ Zia Ur Rehman (2018-10-30). "Sindh festival promotes religious harmony". Pakistan Forward.