Karachi is the largest city in Pakistan and the capital of the province of Sindh. Until 1958 it was also the capital of Pakistan. It is also one of the worlds megacities. The capital was then moved to Islamabad. In 2017 about 17.63 million people lived in Karachi. It is the largest city in the Muslim world.
Old names for the city include "Mai Kolachi Jo Goth" and "Karatishi". A native of Karachi is called a Karachiite. Quaid-e-Azam (Muhammad Ali Jinnah) father of the nation was born and buried in Karachi. It has two important regional seaports. Karachi makes the largest share of Pakistan's GDP and national revenue.
Karachi has five districts: District South, District East, District West, District Central, and Distrct Malir. The city is the financial and commercial centre of Pakistan. source.
Karachi has a desert climate. There is virtually no rainfall during the year in Karachi. The average annual temperature is 25.9 °C in Karachi.
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