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GM Syed born on 17 jan 1904

Khairpur Riyast: Khairpur, Pakistan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Shah Abdul latif born in 1689 and died in 1752

name of Pir Pagaro (this is 7th Pagaro) - sikander Shah

Dr hotchand molchand gurbakhani did Phd from London in1928

Rohri city was found by Syed Rukin Ud Din in 1297

Badshshi mosque has 101 tombs (gunbaz)

first sindhi movie is Umer Marvi

first written sindhi book muqdamat ul salat (by makhdom abul hasan thatvi)

quran translated in Sindhi first time by: akhund Aziz Ullah Memon

largest district Dadu

Alberuni discussed about Indus blind Dolphin in his book "kitab ul hind"

there are 3 barrages in Sindh, on Idus river

sindh annexed by Britians on 7th feb 1843
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Spsc paper designers find great pleasure in Sindh specific knowledge.
most of the pcs general knowledge papers by them included a major portion of questions about sindhi culture, its literature,geography,geological distinctions,provincial records, personalities and much more......

A candidate who refers to the general knowledge books at a global and national perspective, he fails to grasp over such minute details of the regional knowledge .. he therefore responds to these papers in a deficient style... and faces frustration at the end of the day...............

@ Siraj...

You have taken a good start that shows the frustrated beings a sliver lining...

i hope other forum mates will also contribute to this thread..

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correction:Thatta Badshahi Mosque has 99 Gunbaz (tombs)

arabs conquered Sindh (Bab ul islam) in 712 AD

mehmood ghazni attacked Sindh in 1025 AD

Nadir Shah (via Iran) attacked Sindh in 1739 AD

Pallah (fish) is called Sindh's Gift

in pakistan Sindh has max area of Bela forest

there is a coal mine in Jhimpir

KTN started in 2006

info about Sindh:

all old Archives about Sindh province: :: Sindh Archives ::

govt libraries in Sindh
•Liaquat Memorial Library
•Shah Abdul Latif Library, Bhitshah
•Sir Shahnawaz Bhutto Library, Larkana

Sindhi Association of North America
Sindhi Association of North America


Karachi, the largest and the most popular city of Pakistan presents an interesting and colorful combination of the old and new. The narrow twisting lanes and alleys of the old city throb with life alongside wide metallic roads and elegant modern buildings. Within the city, talented artisans with age-old skills produce handicrafts of exquisite beauty.

Karachi offers a variety of pleasant attractions: wide sunny beaches, deep-sea fishing, yachting, golf and horseracing all year round. It restaurants cater to a wide choice of Pakistani and western cuisine. Its markets and bazaars offer an endless variety of exciting shopping including indigenous handicrafts, particularly rugs and carpets of rare design and beauty.

Karachi's recorded history goes back to the 18th century when it was a small fishing village known as Kalachi-jo-Goth. With the development of its harbor, it gradually grew into a large city and an important center of trade and industry. Its selection as the capital of Pakistan in 1947 added to its importance and accelerated its rate of growth and development. Though the seat of Government shifted to Islamabad, Karachi still remains the center of commerce and industry.

Wazir Mansion
Quaid-e-Azam's Mausoleum
Liaqat Hall / Bagh-e-Jinnah
National Museum of pakistan
Burns Garden
Empress Market
Mereweather Tower
Sindh High Court
Clifton Beach and FunLand
Karachi Golf Club
Fayzee Rehamin Art Gallery
Mango Pir's Shrine
French Beach
Haleji Lake
Shah Jehan's Mosque
Keenjhar Lake
Kirthar National Park


Hyderabad, once the capital of Sindh and now the third largest city of Pakistan, is one of the oldest cities of the sub-continent. Its history dates back to pre-Islamic times, when Ganjo Taken (barren hill), a nearby hilly tract, was used as a place of worship. The city traces its early history to Neroon, a Hindu ruler of the area from whom the city derived its previous name, "Neroon Kot" (Fort of Neroon). The next important phase of its history began when the Indus changed its course from Khudabad.

The monuments of the Kalhora and Talpur rulers and the bazaars of the city are worth visiting. Stretching from Hyderabad fort to the Market Tower is Shahi Bazaar, where well-stocked shops are housed on both sides of a winding street, and alongside a maze of tiny lanes that run off it. Good buys are calico, embroidery, bracelets, lacquered wood furniture, hand-loom cloth, "sousi" and "ajrak", "rilli", block printed colorful "chadars" (shawls) bangles, shoes and glazed tiles. Hyderabad is connected with the main cities of the country by road, rail and air links.


On the west bank of the Indus, 350 miles from Karachi lies Moenjodaro (Mound of the Dead), an archaeological site which has been rated amongst the most spectacular of the world's ancient cities. Considered one of the earliest and most developed of urban civilizations, Moenjodaro flourished from the third to the middle of the second millennium B.C., when it vanished, leaving only traces of its culture. Moenjodaro, along with Harappa - some 800 miles away - formed part of the Indus valley civilizations and it is now generally believed that these were the cities, referred to in the Rigveda, that were destroyed by Aryan invaders.

The urban planning at Moenjodaro was pragmatic and at a high level. Its main thoroughfares were some 300 feet wide and were crossed by straight streets that formed blocks 400 yards in length and 200/300 yards in width. The walls of the city's mud-brick and baked-brick houses were designed to ensure the safety of its occupants so that in times of earthquakes the structures collapsed outwards. It had an elaborate covered drainage system, soak pits for disposal bins, a state granary, a large and imposing building that could have been a palace, and a citadel mound with solid burnt-brick towers on its margin. Judging from the remains, the Great Hall was probably the most striking of its structures, comprising an open quadrangle with verandahs of four sides, galleries and rooms at the back, a number of halls and a large bathing pool perhaps used for religious or ceremonial bathing.


In upper Sindh, this is the most important town. More than 2000 years ago the town was at Armor, nine kms (6 miles) east of the present site, but was relocated in 962 A.D., when owing to an earthquake, the Indus diverted its course to its present channel. By the 13th century the twin towns of Sukkur and Rohri were bustling river ports that reached their zenith in the 17th century.

Worth visiting here is the Minaret of Masum Shah. This light house shaped brick minaret was built by Mir Muhammad Masum, a local soldier appointed Nawab of Sukkur by the Emperor Akbar. The tower is slightly tilted and is 84 ft. in height, 84 ft. in circumference with an equivalent number of steps leading up to its top. Masum Shah is buried, along with other family members, in a pavilion near the minaret.


The Thar desert is located in the Tharparkar District and is continuation of the Rajasthan arid zone. The District derives its name from the desert it houses. Of a total area of 28,170 sq. kms. (11,404 sq. miles) most is arid except for the coastal belt on the south. The desert area has a colorful heritage with its own distinct folklore, culture, flora and fauna. Some of the major towns bordering the desert are Naukot, Mithi, Nagar Parkar, Chachro and Islamkot that are market centers, situated amidst mud-and-brick houses, narrow lanes and bazaars, where good buys are items such as tribal embroidery and silver jewellery. Accommodation available in the town is not recommended but the rest-houses there is a suitable alternative, though some lack basic facilities such as running water. August and September are the best months for a visit as precipitation is then highest and the area at its greenest. Also recommended is the period from December to February when day time temperatures are cool and the nights cold.


This old town is on the other side of the Indus, opposite Sukkur. The ancient city of Aror is a few miles to the east, its ruins lying on the edges of a low limestone range. Of its historical past, not much remains. Places to visit in Rohri are : The shrine of War Mubarak (1545) built by Mir Muhammad Kalhora. A gold and jewel encrusted casket enshrines the hair of the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H.), that is displayed to the faithful for general viewing annually on the 2nd of March. On the outskirts of Rohri is the SATHBHAINASTAN, the Tomb of the seven Virgin Sisters. According to legend, vowed not to ever show themselves to any man and had themselves locked in rooms. When a licentious Nawab decreed that all beautiful girls be sent to him, one legend has it, that the sisters were swallowed up by the ground in a minor quake. Close to the War Mubarak is the Jamia (Akbari) Mosque (1584) built by an officer of Emperor Akbar. Having been frequently damaged and undergone repeated repairs, little of the original wall-tiles remain
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140,914 sq. Km (size of England)

(1981) 18.97 million. (Rural 56.63%, Urban 43.37% (Zia

(1991) 53 million. (Rural 77.96%, Urban 22.04% (Nawaz

(1995) Hopefully accurate and free of illegal immigrants

National Symbols

Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai (18 Century poet and poet) and his
"Risalo" (Collection)

Moen-jo-Daro (remains of the 5,000 year old Indus

Ajrak (hand-painted cloth sheet/wrap around)

Sindhi Topi (embroidered skull cap with mirror work)


Shah Abdul Latif

Qalandar Shahbaz

Sachal Sarmast


Shah Inayat

Khuwaja Farid

Folk Legends







Rai Diach


Legends of the Land

Dodo Soomro (fought 14th century Delhi ruler Allauddin

Shah Inayat Soofi (executed in 1718)

Hoshoo Sheedi (led resistance against the British in 1843)

Heemum Kaliani (hanged by the British as a "terrorist")

Mai Bakhtavar (slain in peasant struggle in 1946)

Haider Bux Jatoi (peasant leader)

Makhdoom Bilawal (killed by Arghuns in 1521)

Doolah Darya Khan (Samma warrior)

Sain G. M. Syed (Father of Modern Sindhi Nation)

Zulfikar Ali Bhutto


Indo-Aryan with strong Dravidian influence.

Indigenious samats are descendants of Lakha, Lohana, Rajput, Jat
and Sammas

Where as, immigrants are, Semmite Arab origin like Sayed Ansari,
Siddiqui, etc and Aryan (Turk, Greeks, Mughals, Iranians and Baluch).

Sindhi Language

Prakit plus Sanskrit basis has vocabulary from Arabic, Persian and
some Dravidian words

Script: Arabic Naskh, alphabet of 52, with 7 phonetics not
present in Urdu.

Historical works

Chach Nama



Tuhfatul Kiram


Tarkhan Nama

Beglar Nama


Maklinama History of Sindh by H.T. Lambrick

History of Sindh (Mirza Kalich Beg)

Chronological History of Sindh (M.H. Panhwar)

Famous Poets


Shah Latif

Shah Abdul Karim of Bulri

Sachal Sarmast

and Bedil


Shaikh Ayaz

Tanveer Abbasi

Sarvech Sujawali

Ibrahim Munshi

Niaz Humayuni

Ustad Bukhari

Fatah Malak

Tajal Bevus

Shamshir Hydri

Literary Personalities

Anna Marie Schimele


Mirza Kalich Beg (Zeenat)

Usman Diplai (Sanghar)

Hussamuddin Rashdi

Sayed Ghulam Mustafa Shah

M. Ibrahim


I.I. Kazi (Brown Girl)

G. Allana

Agha Mohammad Yaqub

Elsa Kazi

Alama Daud Poto

Dr. Gurbuxani (Shah-jo-Risalo)

Dr. Nabi Bux Baluch

Hakim Fateh Mohd Sehwani

Fiction writers


H. M. Gurbuxani ("Noorjehan")

S. C. Shahani ("Bilu Khokar")

M. Ismail Ursani ("Badnasib")

M. Ismail Ursani ("Badnasib Tari")


Amar Jaleel

Jamal Abro

Naseem Kharal (late)

Najam Abbasi

Ibrahim Joyo

Siraj Memon

Rasheed Bhatti

Ghullam Rabbani Agro

Tariq Ashraf (late)

Noorul-Huda Shah (Jangal)

Abdul Qadir Junejo (Diwarian)

Major Institutions

Sindhi Adabi Board

Institute of Sindhology

Shah Abdul Latif Cultural Center

Sindhi Adabi Sangat

Sindh Graduate Association

Sindh University

Authority for prevention & Restoration of Mohen-Jo-Daro

Mahran and Shah Latif Universities

Liaquat Medical College Jamshoro

Agriculture University Tando-Jam

Chandka Medical College

Sindh Medical College

Peoples Medical College

Institutions Builders

Sindh Madersah (Hasanally Effendi)

Sindh Unversity (I.I. Kazi)

L.M.C. Jamshoro (Col. Najeeb Khan)

Chandka, Peoples, Sindh Medical Collges, Sindhiology Institute,
Mehran Engineering Campus Nawab Shah (Zulfikar Ali Bhutto)

Larkana Madersah (Shahnawaz Bhutto)

Tando Bago School (Mir Ghulam Ali)

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Default Sindhi Topi

Sindhi topi (urdu) سندھی ٹويی : Sindh has one distinctive cap, which
stands out for its colorful embroidery and glasswork; the Sindhi Topi. It is
round in shape except that a portion in front is cut out to expose the forehead
(for the same reasons as explained earlier) which represents the Islamic culture
of Minbar and Mihrab. It comes in two varieties - hard and soft. The hard
variety will keep its shape when not worn but the soft variety can be folded and
even put into one�s picket. Most Sindhis, rich or poor, own a Sindhi cap.

All Sindh celebrated 6th December, 2009 as Sindhi Topi Sakafat (culture) day.

The Sindhi cap is also used in Bahawalpur and Balochistan, both by the
Pushtuns and the Baloch. Balochistan, otherwise, is a land of turbans. And very
distinctive turbans, too

History of
Sindhi Topi(Cap)

If we march along the course of history due to opulence and generosity of
Sindh different communities of the world has been moved here, the majority among
out comers were Persian, Greek, Arab, Aryans, Turkhan, Mongols, Dutch, French,
English etc: this cruel course of history is continued even today, because the
advent of nomadic nations and gipsy communities from different parts of the
earth and outside provinces or bordering countries toward Sindh is never
stopped. Sindhi people not only welcomed the wandering visitors used to come
here from different regions of the world through ages but also impressed them
with loving behavior and warm hospitality on such scale that mainstream among
the infiltrators preferred to live here rather than to go back their respective
homelands. Every traveling family, ethnic group or nation which moved around
here, carried their ways of life, like traditions, values, rites, rituals,
culture, folklore, dwelling systems, ideologies, beliefs, philosophies etc:
along with them, the inhabitants of Sindh patronized those all cordially, while
among the guests who went back to their respective native soils sponsored
communal values, spiritual stuffs and cultural principles of Sindh amid them.

Arab traders accustomed sugar candy in Sindh and took horns of rhinoceros
from here to sell in China . Al-Mehlib (the Arabian tribe) transported Hens
and Buffaloes of Sindh toward Iraq and China , Arabs also carried prey dogs
from Sindhi soldiers as a tribute. These people furthermore carried betel
leaf from here and harvested in Oman whereas they brought seeds of taramid
tree from Basra . People of Sindh learned honey making process, agriculture
of dot tree and making of sweet meal with dot palms from Arabs. The Persians
brought perfume, olive and water lily from Khurasan, pomegranate is also
Persian gift and they in addition gave us seeds of bringal. Grapes have been
planted here during the era of Abbasid dynasty, British carried kernel of
orange from here In divine book �Touret� is written that �Suleman brought
Peacock, musk, gold and rhinoceros from Sindh�. In 808 AD a doctor named
Manik has been called upon for treatment of incurable disease of Abbasi
Caliph Haroon Rasheed, after completing successful treatment, Sultan
appointed him chief supervisor of the royal hospital at Baghdad .

During the era of Yehya Bermki a Sindhi physician named Ibn-e-Dhanna had
been appointed an administrative officer at the hospital of Baghdad, this
man introduced there Sindhi method of treatment. During invasion of
Alexander the great on Sindh the king of Alor gifted him medicine of snake
bite whereas a pair of yellow pigeons was presented him by a monarch. During
this era Greek learned the treatment of poisons and herbal knowledge from
Sindhi doctors. They also carried Sindhi cotton (cloth) from here of which
they praised in their books as �Sindhin�, whereas method of teaching and art
left by Greeks is part of Sindhi culture even today. In this way due to
exchange (which extracted through the ages) of different customs,
traditions, things, assets, national and religious values of guest companies
Sindh became lodging of complex civilization and ideologies. Though such
happenings smashed up the original characteristics of Sindhi culture but
also became beneficial with the exchange of rich cultural heritages of the
different nations of the world. Such changes and exchanges were not bound
only with overseas or distant populations but were usual with bordering
nations, among such other civilizing interactions a beautiful piece of
cultural art is Sindhi Cap which was introduced among Sindhi natives from
neighboring Baloch people. A reason regarding the convey of Balochi cap
among Sindhi people was that northern areas of Sindh is bordered with
Baluchistan, for that basis the replacement of every aspect of life was
order of the day. That time Balochi people used to wear turban upon the cap,
copying them Sindhi people also patronized the method, though this has been
ended now but in few remote regions of the both provinces same style is
still prevailing, whereas in some areas cap has been taken away from turban
and on some vicinities load of turban has been suspended. Unfortunately by
and large both nations has now thrown away turban and cap from the head
thinking these unreasonable weight or out of fashion thing what were once
sign of respect, personality and pride.

During the eighteen and nineteenth century AD, covering head with turban,
cap or cloth was considered as a sigh of soberness among the people of Sindh
and Balochistan, while uncovered head was measured as social indulgence,
therefore according to their status people always keep their heads covered.
In most few areas of both provinces the men with uncovered skull had been
prosecuted, fined or socially boycotted, even today in many regions around
Pakistan the concept of head covering is respectfully accustomed. During its
early phase two type of caps has been used to cover heads, one made by
sewing two folds of white cloth, its four sides had been circular with which
complete forehead could be covered, pious and religious people like to wear
that. Second kind of cap was prepared by silk and golden fibers (threads),
curved with beautiful embellishment and ornamented with pieces of glasses to
extend its sober attire. This cap has been incised from forehead in the way
(like half moon) that both curving corners touches right and left mandible.
By the time many changes has been commenced into style plus crafts of cap,
hardness and softness of cloth etc:, keeping the seasons of the year in view
numerous alterations has also been brought in, like some times increasing
pearls with glasses and some times decreasing those. Transaction of cap from
Baloch to Sindhi people also seen several innovations seemingly correlated
with Sindhi culture and the time came this cap has merged with particular
Sindhi dress, sober structure, walking style etc: and called �Sindhi Cap. In
any part of the Pakistan if you see some one worn Sindhi cap he must be
thought Sindhi or resident of Sindh. Making of Sindhi cap is like
constructing a building where there is base, walls, floor, roof, color,
plaster etc: plus the periods of polish and shining also. There are five
styles of cap, round (circular), four cornered, fancy, betel leaf shaped and
the cap having different designs. Prevailing style of cap has been passed
from three different phases of its evaluation.

Silky Era

Before the partition of sub-continent best kind of silk had been imported
from Kashmir with which Sindhi cap makers designs the cap and decorated
ornamentation of different things as pieces of plastic, pearls, glasses etc:
to create fine-looking caps. Such caps have been mostly worn under the
turban in such style that cap peeps out of the turban like hump of bullock
or camel. That was not similar to the rounded cap prevailed today but was
cut from forehead like half moon, this kind of cap has almost been outdated.

Phase of Collyrium

The cap of this period was different than that of silky one because
collyrium has been used instead of glittering golden threads or pieces of
glasses. Cap producers create such beautiful lines, decoration and flowering
designs with collyrium on cloth (mostly silk) of different color that having
seen their art heart filled in high spirits. Lines of collyrium glittered in
the light of sun as strips of phosphorus written behind the vehicles,
reflects back the beams when head light of other vehicles thrown on those
during dark. Top (roof) of the cap had been decorated with interesting
geometrical figures like, half, circular, rectangular, four-cornered,
oblique, moon, sun, and stars etc. These caps were not very durable because
after became dirty if washed, the grayish color and shining went away, in
this way after three or four time cleaning no where to found its beauty.

Phase of Golden

Two or three folds of cloth have been used in this kind of cap which was
made inflexible by using hard cloth between the folds. The cap had been
incised in orchid shape at its opening, in a way that complete head covered
whereas the forehead remained open. With the passage of time keeping in view
the disposition of wearer plus needs of modern world, new styles and designs
has been introduced, as some times striking with national movements
designing the map of Sindh, national slogans plus flag, figures of national
heroes, axes, mosques, tombs, old and new geometrical shapes, Ajrak (Sindhi
shawl) etc: has been designed. Though many changes have been introduced in
the industry of cap making but not much difference can be found between old
and new Sindhi cap.

like other cultural heritages of Sindh nothing has been done for the
development and maturity of Sindhi cap or its makers, neither any step has
been taken by government missionaries nor private institutions or social
organizations did anything, rather they has been denied and distorted by the
authorities. Forgetting the cultured character of our cap in sociology,
history and literature we bounded its use only on special occasions or
gatherings like marriage. In spite of this state of rejection regarding this
art, cottage industry of Sindhi cap making is with us winning all
interferences in the travel of times, present life and conservation of this
skill goes to the genuine struggle of Sindhi and Baloch women whose are more
effective and active than male artists. Nonetheless, due to introduction of
modern technology manual work has effected on great scale even though a
class among new generation of cap lovers mostly like to wear the cap made of
hand. Wherever is education around the globe, the nations of world are busy
to save their national and cultural heritages, whether it is in form of
archaeology, history, dress, language, literature, land etc: but among us
where rays of education reached, our cultural and traditional heritages has
been ignored and destroyed there. Thus the tradition of cap wearing has
mostly remained only in less educated and northern districts of Sindh like
Larkana, Jacobabad, Dadu, Shikarpur and Nawabshah, but the percentage of its
use has been decreasing day by day. Though the past of Sindhi nation is
excellent but present is alarmingly worse, its current generation has became
prey of Europe like other nations of the Pakistan . Due to infiltration of
borrowed schooling syllabus and conquest of foreign media and being victim
of downfall against foreign civilizations we are destroying our national
heritages and cultural legacies with our own hands Sindhi cap is also among
those. In this connection we should have to be grateful the poor and
amateurish section of our society who has protected this cultural heritage
because they think it sin to uncover their heads, in this state of affairs
the cultured legacy of Sindhi cap can be claimed by this group because they
are not only makers of the cap but also protectors of expertise and

Sindhi Topi Day

The Sindhi Topi Day was celebrated for the first time on 6th December 2009 to
show solidarity and loyalty to the Sindhi culture and land. The day was marked
by rallies, street shows, concerts and cultural events through out the province
to denounce the remarks of a television anchor's criticism of President Asif Ali
Zardari's donning of traditional Sindhi attire on his state visit to Kabul a
'cheap political tactic.' Later the day was declared an annualized event by the
government of Pakistan.
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Sindhi literature: Sindhi literature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

length of indus river in Sindh is 400 miles

Arabs called indus river as Mehran

kheer thar park area 112miles square

allama I I Qazi: Imdad Ali Imam Ali Kazi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
GM Syed: G. M. Syed - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
elsa qazi: Elsa Kazi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
sarmad sindhi: Sarmad Sindhi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
sheikh ayaz: Shaikh Ayaz - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
mirza qalich beg: Mirza Kalich Beg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
ustad bukhari: In memory of Ustad Bukhari
Literature - Classic Sindhi poetry of Ustad Bukhari

pir pagara: Pir Sahab Pagara | Chairman (PML-F) @ Pakistan Herald
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