Gondrani, otherwise called Shehr-e-Roghan,is an archeological site close to the town of Bela in Balochistan, Pakistan.
The town is otherwise called the Cave City of Lasbella, the Cave Dwellings of Gondrani, the House of the Spirits,and the town of Mai Goudrani.
The site is 20 kilometers (12 mi) toward the north of the old town of Bela and 175 kilometers (109 mi) from Karachi, in Lasbella District of Balochistan.
The caverns of Gondrani, privately known as Puraney Ghar ,are cut into strong combination rocks at a few levels, and are associated by pathways. Every one of the caverns have little lives with hearths and divider specialties for lights, alongside verandahs or entryway patios.
During British principle, around 1500 caverns were accounted for, yet now just 500 remain. The caverns are in poor condition and are gradually dissolving. No preservation endeavors have been made to secure the site in light of poor openness and absence of information on the archeological site.
Numerous neighborhood legends are related with the town. One relates the tale of a ruler and his little girl, named Badiul Jamal, during the rule of lord Solomon, who was spooky by evil presences. Numerous legends came to free her and fizzled, yet in the long run Prince Saif-ul-Muluk slaughtered the evil spirits and liberated her. As indicated by another legend, the devils and shrewdness spirits occupying the mountain would torment and benefit from the tissue of the individuals of Gondrani. An old blessed lady named Mai Balochani or Mai Balochani relinquished herself to execute the evil presences and free the town people.In another adaptation, the devout woman exorcized the town and lived there until her death.The lady is covered close by; her entombment place is an outstanding neighborhood holy place.