The Cholistan Desert likewise privately known as Rohi (روہی), spreads 30 km (19 mi) from Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan and spreads a zone of 26,300 km2 (10,200 sq mi). It appends the Thar Desert, stretching out over to Sindh and into India.
The word Cholistan is gotten from the Turkic word chol, which means desert. The individuals of Cholistan lead a semi-roaming life, moving starting with one spot then onto the next looking for water and grub for their creatures. The dry bed of the Hakra River goes through the territory, along which numerous settlements of the Indus Valley Civilization have been found.
The desert likewise has a yearly Jeep rally, known as Cholistan Desert Jeep Rally. It is the greatest engine game in Pakistan.
Woodlands in Cholistan:
There is a downpour woodland in Cholistan named “Dodhla Forest”
Fortresses in Cholistan: