Jām Sāhib, Sindh, Pakistan

Jām Sāhib is a small town in Sindh, Pakistan, located at 26.2958300 latitude and 68.6291700 longitude. It experiences a hot desert climate with an average temperature of 27.2°C and average annual rainfall of 150 mm. The town has a rich history and heritage, with its origins dating back to the 15th century when it was founded by Jām Nizamuddin II, the first ruler of the Samma dynasty. Jām Sāhib was once a thriving trade center and served as the capital of the Samma dynasty for over 100 years. Today, it is a popular tourist destination, known for its historical monuments, including the Jām Nizamuddin II Mosque, the Jām Sāhib Fort, and the Jām Sāhib Tomb.

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