Turbat (Balochi and Urdu: تُربت), is a city situated in southern Balochistan, an area of Pakistan. The town is the managerial focal point of Kech District and Turbat Tehsil, the town itself contains one Union council. Turbat is the second-biggest city in Balochistan Province after Quetta, and the biggest in the southern piece of the territory.
The town is situated in southern Balochistan territory in Pakistan. It is arranged on the left bank of the Kech River, which is a tributary to the Dasht River. The Makran Range toward the north and east drops to the beach front fields in the south. The town is a commercial center for dates developed in the encompassing locale and has a date-preparing processing plant. Jowar (sorghum), grain, wheat, and rice are additionally developed, and domesticated animals are raised.
Koh-e-Murad (Persian: كوه مراد) is an altar situated in Turbat. This is a holy place for Zikris where they trust that Muhammad Jaunpuri, whom they see a