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Kolachi (Urdu: کولاچی ) was also a port located at modern Karachi and the old name of Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. According to legends, it was a port developed when an old fisherwoman by the name of Mai Kolachi settled near the delta of the Indus River to start a community. One of the main Flyover (overpass) in Karachi has been named after Mai Kolachi. This settlement was also known as "Kolachi jo Goth" or "the village of the Kolachi".
- http://www.dawn.com/news/428362, 'From Kolachi to Karachi: the jouney', Dawn newspaper, Published 14 Nov 2008, Retrieved 20 Dec 2016
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