The Sphinx has an Egyptian touch containing 36 rock formation that is formed through gradual erosion in the mountains. Disguised inside the forlorn, rough scene of the Makran coastline of Southern Balochistan, is a piece of architecture that has remained unnoticed and neglected for quite a long time. The 'Balochistan Sphinx', as it is prevalently called, came into the public eye exclusively after the Makran Coastal Highway opened in 2004, connecting Karachi with the port town of Gwadar on the Makran coast.1 A four-hour, 240-kilometer-lengthy drive through wandering mountain passes and bone-dry valleys from Karachi carries explorers to Hingol National Park, where the Balochistan Sphinx is found.
Sunday 7 March 2021
Investement in Gwadar,