The word dome is derived from dom which means dome in English. The city was famous for the tomb of Ghulam Murtaza Shah Jilani and the dome of Jamia Masjid Maimana.
Gambat Taluka is one of the leading healthcare providers in the region. Gambit Taluka Hospital is known for its dialysis facilities. In addition to many private medical clinics, major hospitals include LRBT Eye Hospital and Tuberculosis Hospital. Gambit Institute of Medical Sciences (GIMS) is one of the best medical institutions in the region.
There are many schools, colleges and private educational institutions in the city. Murad High School is one of the famous educational institutions. It was built during the Talpur / Mill era in Sindh and is named after HH Mir Murad Ali Khan Talpur. Gambit is the hub of financial activity in the area. NBP, UBL, Shun Tak Bank, MCB and other private banks are all part of the city. Gambit Court is located in downtown. The flower garden (literally “rose garden”) is a place to visit at night, especially in summer. The Khairpur East Canal (locally called Abulwah) passes through the Central District. The municipal library also provides some books and newspapers in the park. There is also a shrine of Hazrat Syed Ali Gohar Shah Bukhari. He is a former teacher and spiritual figure. He established the first public library in the Old Bazaar Gambit. The library is named after students and community readers. Provide over 1000 9G2C + 2C books on various topics. In addition, he died in 2013 and was transferred to Gambat’s Pir Mahal.
According to Pakistan’s 2017 census, 36% of Gambat’s population is urban. With the expansion and urbanization of Pakistan’s national highways, Gambit’s importance is growing. Many hotels and restaurants also provide accommodation for locals. Shahi N, Taj Mahal and Noorani Restaurant are famous. There is a beautiful wedding lawn along the National Highway. A conference court was recently set up in Gambat. Gambat is connected to Larkana and there is a newly built bridge over the river. It is connected to all parts of Pakistan by railways and national highways. Natural gas has also been found in Gambit. Pakistan Petroleum Company Limited (PPL) is currently operating the Gambit gas field. Gambat is also the resting place of the famous Sufi poet Sachal Sarmast in seven languages. This beautiful shrine attracts countless lovers, and weddings are held there every year.