High Court of Sindh Building
The High Court of Sindh Building is a landmark judicial building located in Karachi South District, Sindh, Pakistan. It serves as the principal court of the province of Sindh, hearing appeals and petitions against decisions of lower courts in civil and criminal matters.
The building was designed by the renowned architect Yahya Merchant and completed in 1940, during the British colonial period. Its design features a blend of Mughal and Gothic styles, with a central dome and two towers flanking the main entrance.
The building is located in the heart of Karachi’s legal district and is surrounded by other important legal institutions, such as the Sindh Bar Council and the Sindh High Court Annexe. It is also adjacent to the historic Empress Market and is a popular tourist attraction in the city.