Jehangir Kothari Parade
Jehangir Kothari Parade also known as Kothari Parade, is a historic promenade located in Clifton, Karachi South District, Sindh, Pakistan. It was built in the early 20th century by Jehangir Hormusji Kothari, a wealthy Parsi businessman, and philanthropist, as a gift to the city of Karachi.
The promenade runs along the coastline of the Arabian Sea and features a series of terraced gardens, fountains, and statues. The centerpiece of the parade is a grand pavilion known as the Kothari Pavilion, which was designed by the British architect Moses Somake and completed in 1919. The pavilion features a blend of Mughal and Gothic architectural styles and was originally used for public gatherings and concerts.