Kalateshwari Kali Temple, Kalat, BaluchistanThe population of Hindus in Pakistan is presently around 1.5%. The Hindu population mainly resides in Karachi and other desert and semi-desert districts of Sindh (Tharparker, Nagarparker, Meethi, Dadu and Umerkot). However, some Hindus also live in the biggest province of Pakistan, i.e., in Baluchistan.
The biggest and most sacred temple of Hindus in Pakistan is located at Baluchistan. Hinglaj Mata Temple is a very revered shakti-peeth. Even now, every year the Jatha (groups of pilgrims) goes to Hinglaj from Karachi. Some Indians who are fortunate enough to get visa also get included in the Jatha.
However, I have come to know that another Hindu Temple still functions very properly in Baluchistan. This is a Kali Temple located at Kalat in Baluchistan. The Temple is almost two thousand years old. Kalat is a region of Baluchistan whose ruler wanted to join India after independence, but Pakistani Army attacked and captured the princely state immediately after the country's independence. Kalat's population includes 2% of Hindus.
Goddess Kalateshwari Kali in Kalateshwari Kali Temple is worshipped regularly. Diwali is celebrated with much fanfare. As Kalateshwari Kali Mata is revered by the local Muslims also, they generally co-operate during the Pujas.