One of Alexander  the Great's settlements (Plin. HN 6,26,96; perhaps following Onesicritus), where his fleet set off under Nearchus  on its coastal voyage westwards; according to  identical with Ἀλεξάνδρου λιμήν/Alexándrou limḗn ('Alexander's port') in Arr. Ind. 21,10 where the western branch of the Indus flows into the Arabian Sea [1. 127].
1 J. André, J. Filliozat (ed.), Pline l'ancien, Histoire naturelle. Livre VI, 2e partie, 1980 (with French transl. and comm.)
2 H. Treidler, s. v. X., RE 9 A, 2164-2172.