The Suleiman Mountain Ranges continue from south of
Gomal River, lie between Baluchistan Plateau and the Indus Plains. On reaching the Murre-Bugti Hills, they turn northwarBaluchistand and extend up to . Quetta is situated at elevation of 1677 meters (5500 ft) above sea level. Quetta Quetta is one of the best known tourist resort and also provincial capital of Baluchistan. It is ’s only largest high-altitude major city, known as the "Fruit Garden of Pakistan". The Suleiman mountain range is east of Pakistan Quetta ( Pakistan), overlooking the plain of the Indus river. It is named Kowhai Suleiman. This mountain range is related to the Prophet of God, Hazrat Suleiman. Who climbed this mountain and looked out over the land of South Asia, which was then covered with darkness - but he turned back without descending into this new frontier, and left only the mountain which is named after him. Further south, Suleiman mountain range meets the , which merge in to the Kohistan area of Sindh. The Kirthar Mountains rise to an average height of 600 m that decreases southward. Suleiman Mountains
The highest peak of
is Takht-e-Suleiman which means Solomon’s Throne. The famous mountain peaks in the Suleiman range are Takht-e-Suleiman 3,483 meters (11,427 ft), Koh-i-Takatu 3,472 metres (11,391 ft), Kaisargarh 3,444 metres (11,299 ft), and Giandari. The mountain range enters in Punjab in Dera Ghazi Khan District and approaches the Suleiman Mountains near in Rajanpur district. Indus River
Local inhabitants believe that Prophet Suleiman, by exercising his miraculous power, had confined those mischievous Jinns inside it who had refused to obey his command. The evil-spirited Jinns are supposed to remain imprisoned almost all the year, and in Safar, the second month of the Islamic calendar, they are allowed to go free for a while.