is a city of Layyah District in the Punjab province. The city is the
capital of Karor Tehsil and administrative subdivision of the
district. Its old name is Depal Pur. The city is partially named
after a saint, Hazrat Lal Esan, who was the grandfather of the
famous Bahudin Zakarya Multani. This city is located on the west
coast of the famous Indus River. There is a popular festival, called
Mela Chodhwein, held in Karor every year in September. This
festival is celebrated in the memory of Hazrat Lal Esan. There are
few other tombs of saints in the city, e.g. Darbar Hazrat Rajan Shah
(Sain Sudhey Bhag) Darbar Araf Shah, Darbar Shah Habib sb. and
Darbar Shah Ashraf Sb. Khawja Ghulam Hassan Sewag Shareef's tomb is
Near Karor Lal Esan. Its population is above 95,000.
located at 31°13'0N 70°57'0E with an altitude of 148 metres (488
feet). Karor Lal Esan is surrounded by Dera Ghazi Khan on its west,
Dera Ismail Khan on its north west, district Bhakkar on its north.
On its south district Layyah lies and Tehsil Chaubara lies on its