Hinglaj in the Hingol National park, Balochistan, Pakistan - January 2011 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hinglaj Hinglaj (Sindhi: هنگلاج, Urdu: ﮨنگلاج, Sanskrit: हिङ्ग्लाज, Hindi: हिंगलाज) is an important Hindu pilgrimage place in Balochistan, Pakistan and Kuldevi of Kshatriya Bhavsar Community. It is situated in Balochistan province about 250 km north of Karachi.
Hindu devotees climb towards the crater of a mud volcano to perform a ritual offering of coconuts during a pilgrimage to the Shri Hinglaj Mata Temple in Pakistan's Balochistan province, on April 24, 2011. Thousands from Pakistan and India take part in the annual four-day pilgrimage to the temple, which is a revered site for Hindus. (Reuters/Akhtar Soomro)
Hindu women perform the rituals at "Hinglaj Yatra " during most sacred Hindi pilgrimage in Baluchistan Pakistan. Devotee mostly come from Sindh & other parts of Pakistan to perform this most sacred Hindu Yatra. Comprising of 13 Stopover (پراؤ) and 25 Pujas (تیرا استھان) .