Karoonjhar Mountains is located in Tharparkar District, Sindh, Pakistan. The mountains are found in the southeastern part of the Tharparkar district. It is close to the northern edge of the Rann of Kutch. These mountains are mainly made up of granite rock and are thought to be an extension of the Aravalli Range in India. The Aravalli Range is one of the world’s oldest rock systems, dating back to the Archaen period.
The Karoonjhar area has a unique geographical landscape that stands out from the surrounding desert. It’s not very extensive. To the east of the main range, there are smaller hills with scarce vegetation. From these hills, two perennial springs, Achleshwar and Sardharo, emerge, along with temporary streams like Bhetiani and Gordhro, which only flow during the rainy season. The Karoonjhar National Park is also located here.