IN THE FOOTSETPS OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT TOUR



Alexander The Great entered the region between 327 to 325 B.C. and left a lasting legacy. From the western frontier of KPK, up and over beautiful valley of Swat; down to Multan, Sukkhar and the Makran Coastline in southern Balochistan, there are remnants of his long and arduous journey. Perhaps the most famous of his battle was when he entered Punjab marching across Hund and his army met that of Raja Porus at Jalalpur on the Eastern bank of River Jhelum.