Name: Hindu Gymkhana
Architect: Ahmed Agha Hussain
Built in : 1925
Significance: The Hindu Gymkhana was the first public building in Karachi to boldly adopt the revival of the Mughal architectural style. The Hindu Gymkhana was a club for the Hindu upper classes, who formed a strong commercial elite in Karachi in the years before Independence in 1947. The Hindu community and Seth Ramgopal Gourdhanandh Mohatta contributed money for its construction. The building's condition has deteriorated over the years, and it was going to be demolished in 1984. This was prevented by an intervention by the Heritage Foundation of Pakistan. Hindu Gymkhana now houses the National Academy of Performing Arts.
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