This fort exists in middle of Cholistan desert . It is about 1,000 years old. Only walls of this amazing architecture left, because this is still a private property.
In the middle of the desert, stands the Drawar Fort with massive walls and numerous buttresses. Nearby is the elegant Drawar Mosque, the exact replica of the Moti Masjid of Delhi’s Red Fort.
Some info About DARAWAR FORT
Drawar Fort, which lies in Cholistan Desert. This fort is
thought by some to be the most impressive fort in this
region. The actual age of the fort site is unknown but it has
been built and destroyed several times. It is reputed to have
been built by a Rawal Prince and later on it was taken over
by the Bahawalpur Nawab (Ruler) who rebuilt it with backed
bricks brought from Uch Sharif 40 miles away. The way
these bricks were transported to Drawar is very interesting.
A human line of men was made right from Uch Sharif to
Drawar and the bricks handed from hand to hand. Where
brought to Drawar by this conveyar belt. The fort is in good
conditions from outside but inside most of the buildings have
fallen down. Also worth visiting is the Drawar Mosque, which
is a 100 years old, built with white marbel stone. Another
interesting place of visit here is the Nawab Family buril ground where many of the old Nawab and their family are
burried. The tomb here are attrective, built with marbel and
decorated with blue glazed style which contrast beautifully.