Sukkur is a town in the Pakistani province of Sindh, settled on the western bank of the Indus River.
Sukkur had an oversized fertile and productive area. Throughout kharif, rice, bajra, cotton, tomatoes and peas are cultivated; whereas throughout rabi the most crops are wheat, barley, graham and melons. Sukkur is legendary, world over, for its dates. Sukkur additionally features a massive Riveraine forest on the course of the Indus. These tropical forests are found within the protective embankments on either aspect of the Indus.
The climate of Sukkur is defined by highly regarded and hazy summer with dry and funky winter. Throughout the year wind speed is low and sunshine is lush because the district exhibits a desert climate.