Governed by Raja Agham Lohano, who lent Agham Kot its name. The town was later conquered by Moqah bin Wasaya, who is said to have invited #MuhammadbinQasim in order to reinforce his rule when the latter carried out his expedition in #Sindh .
Muhammad bin Qasim, it is believed, ordered the construction of #mosques during his short stay in AghamKot, developing the city into a hub for both indigenous and #Islamic cultures.
Muhammad bin Qasim’s stay also turned #AghamKot into a centre of education and literature for the #Muslim populace of the area. At around the same time, Makhdoom Muhammad Ismail Soomro established a madrassah in the city which fostered #Islamic education and research. #Historians say that at a time, more than 500 students used to study at Soomro’s madrassah.