Sindh, Province of Pakistan

Sindh province of Pakistan

Sindh is a province in southeastern Pakistan, known for its rich cultural heritage and historical significance. Its capital is Karachi, the country’s largest city and economic hub. Sindh is characterized by a diverse landscape that includes the fertile Indus River Delta, arid plains, and the Thar Desert. The province has a prominent role in Pakistan’s economy, particularly in agriculture and industry. The ancient city of Mohenjo-daro, an archaeological marvel and part of the Indus Valley Civilization, is located in Sindh. Sindh is also celebrated for its traditional music, art, and vibrant festivals that showcase the province’s cultural diversity.

Province of Pakistan. The name of the Sindh derived from Indus River. The local name of Sindh Province is “Mehran”. The Capital of Sindh is Karachi. The total Area of Sindh is 140,915 sq km (54,407.3 sq mile). The population of Sindh is (est. 1998) 35,470,000 and the density is 250 per sq km (652 per sq mile). The major cities of Sindh are Karachi, Sukkur, Larkana, Dadu, Hyderabad, Jacobabad and Mirpur Khas.

The people of Sindh speak Sindhi Language but Urdu and English is also speaking minority. There are many public and private quality educational institutes in Sindh.

Sindh is also a famous tourist spot. There are many Resorts, Parks, lakes, water parks, golf clubs and picnic points. Sindh is a historical province. There are many historical places in Sindh like Mohenjo-daro (Larkana), Aror (Sukkur). Gorakh Hill (Dadu), Kot Diji fort (Kot Diji), Kotri barrage (Near Hyderabad), Makli Hill (Makli, Thatta), Rani Bagh (Hyderabad), and many more (View a complete Llist of Historical places in Sindh)

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