??; pronounced[?????], Arabic: ) is a seaport on the south-western shore of Balochistan, Pakistan. It is situated on the shore of the Arabian Sea opposite Oman. From 1783 to 1958 Gwadar was owned by Oman. Chabahar is situated about 120 kilometers to the south western side of Turbat, while the Iranian province of Sistan and Baluchestan is about 170 kilometers western of Gwadar.
The inhabitants of Gwadar, like most areas of Baluchistan, seem to be of age. The name Makran, the origin name of Baluchistan, is deduced from this type of population. Pura, the capitol of the Satrapie of Gedrosia, was probably near the Iranian Baluchistan's Bamp?r.
18 ] According to Seydi Ali Reis, the residents of Gwadar were Baloch and their chieftain was Malik Jelaleddin, Malik Dinar's second. Makran entered Pakistan in 1948 and was appointed a county - Gwadar was not accepted into Makran at that time. Gwadar and its surroundings were returned to Pakistan by Muscat in 1958.
Tahsil of Makran. Feroz Khan Noon's rule was when Gwadar joined and it is promoted that Akbar Bugti was part of the negotiation as Secretary of State for Transport. The Makran quarter was split into three Distrikts on July 1, 1977: Turbat (Kech since 1994-95), Panjgur and Gwadar, which connect the 480 feet high Gwadar promontory with the Makran coast.
The Gwadar is located on the south-western shore of the Arab See in Pakistan in the Gwadar district of Baluchistan County. Gwadar, like Ormara further eastwards, lies on a hammer-headed open island and forms two almost perfectly, but naturally sweeping, semi-circular coves on both sides. It is located on a small and sand 12 km long strait that links the shores of Pakistan with cliffy foothills in the Arab Ocean known as Gwadar Promontory or Koh-e-Batil, reaching an elevation of 480ft. It stretches seven kilometres from east/west with a width of one mill.
31 ] The 800-foot narrow aisle on which Gwadar is situated divides the two almost perfectly semi-circular coves. The deep-sea port Demi Zirr, where the port of Gwadar was constructed, lies to the west of the isthmus. l. The port of Gwadar is situated to the north... The Gwadar has a warm deserts climat ( "Köppen BWh"), which is characterized by low rainfall and high temperature differences between the summers and winters.
Average monthly temperatures (June) are between 31°C and 32°C. At Gwadar the winter is short as the winter. Though Gwadar is outside the Monsugürtel, there are slight amounts of rain in June and August. Gwadar was whipped by Cyclone Phet in June 2010 with record-breaking rainfall of 372 mm and wind speeds of up to 75mbar.
The Gwadar lies opposite the estuary of the Persian Gulf from the Arabia. Gwadar's position and heritage have given it a distinctive mix of culture. Arab influences on Gwadar are strongly influenced by the Omani period and its closeness to the Arabia. Archives from the orginal on 11.05.2013.
Retracted 2006-11-06. "Will Run Strategic Pakistani Port." Retracted on June 22, 2016. More than $248 million in building cost, ^ "China will operate the Gwadar harbour when Singapore gives up". Accessed June 23, 2016. Accessed April 23, 2015. Archives from the orginal on November 18, 2015.
Accessed December 6, 2015. The deepwater harbor in Gwadar would "turn things around". Released April 9, 2016. Retracted on June 22, 2016. Start of work on the free trade area of the Gwadar area. Accessed June 21, 2016. The Gwadar Free Authority (GPA), Chairman Dostain Khan Jamaldini said that the Gwadar Free Area is underway, costing $2 billion.
Accessed December 6, 2015. GWADAR STORY. Released July 30, 2018. Archives from the orginal on 24.09.2013. Retracted 2006-11-06. Archives from the orginal on 10.03.2004. Accessed 20.11.2013. Archives from the orginal on 10.05.2013. Accessed 20.11.2013. Gwadar Omani enclave". Archives from the orginal on 08.04.2004. Retracted 2006-11-06. "Unravel the City of Gwadar."
Archiveed from the orginal on September 29, 2013. Accessed May 5, 2013. Released July 30, 2018. Gwadar's entry to Pakistan. Retracted 2017-08-28. "of the Gwadar Port: Gwadar Development Authority. Archives from the orginal on 20.10.2013. Retracted 2013-11-20. AFP (18 February 2013). Archiveed from the orginal on February 21, 2013.
Accessed February 19, 2013. Strategic Gwadar in China's Hand. February 28, 2013. Archiveed from the orginal on February 7, 2015. Accessed November 20, 2013. Accessed February 21, 2018. Gwadar Private Scheme Information Center. The Gwadar Private Scheme.wordpress.com. Archives from the orginal on 02.01.2004. Retracted 2013-11-20. Accessed August 11, 2014".
"Gwadar: On the threshold of size? Retracted 2016-06-18. Pakistan hands over development of Gwadar port to China. www.cacianalyst.org. Gwadar Industrial Estates Development Authority " Über Gawadar ". gieda.gov.gov.pk. Retracted 2017-10-23. filed on June 13, 2010 at the Wayback Machine. Filed on August 29, 2009 at the Wayback Machine.
Strategic importance of the Gwadar port" (PDF). Retracted 2013-11-20. The Gwadar harbor is not disapproved of by Iran, says "Top Assistant - The Express Tribune". Archives from the orginal on 27.09.2013. Retracted 2013-11-20. The Express Tribune, the start of the building of the free trade area of the city of Gwadar. Retracted 2016-06-20. Dailytimes | Gwadar Airport to provide over 40,000 jobs. dailytimes.com.pk.