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Sindh is one of the four provinces of Pakistan locally known as the Mehran. It is situated in the southeast of Pakistan. Historically home to the Sindhi people. It was formerly known as Sind until the 1956 Constitution of Pakistan. Spelling of its official name as Sind was discontinued in 2013 by an amendment passed in Sindh Assembly. The name “Sindh” is derived from the Sanskrit Sindhu, a reference to the Indus River that passes almost through the middle of the state.

Sindh is the second largest province by population and third largest province by size. It is bordered by Punjab province to the north, Balochistan province to the west, the Indian states of Gujarat and Rajasthan to the east, and Arabian Sea to the south. Karachi is the capital and largest city of Sindh. Karachi is also known as financial hub of Pakistan.

The province has a diverse industrialized economy which emphasizes on manufacturing, education and agriculture development. It is a major exporter of fruit and vegetables to other parts of the country.

Sindh is well known for its local culture and diverse geography, which includes mainly the plain fields, the Kirthar Mountains in the west, desert landscape in the south-east, and Arabian Sea to the south. Its climate is noted for hot summers and mild winters.

Divisions of Sindh

Sindh is one of the four provinces of Pakistan, in the southeast of the country. Historically home to the Sindhi people, it is also locally known as the Mehran. It was formerly known as Sind until the 1956 Constitution of Pakistan. Spelling of its official name as Sind was discontinued in 2013 by an amendment passed in Sindh Assembly. The name “Sindh” is derived from the Sanskrit Sindhu,[citation needed] a reference to the Indus River that passes almost through the middle of the state.

  • Banbhore
  • Hyderabad
  • Karachi
  • Larkana
  • Mirpur Khas
  • Shaheed Benazirabad
  • Sukkur

 

Cities of Sindh

  • Badin
  • Bhirkan
  • Bhiria City
  • Bhiria Road
    Rajo Khanani
  • Chak
  • Dadu
  • Digri
  • Diplo
  • Dokri
  • Ghotki
  • Haala
  • Hyderabad
  • Islamkot
  • Jacobabad
  • Jamshoro
  • Jungshahi
  • Kandhkot
  • Kandiaro
  • Karachi
  • Kashmore
  • Keti Bandar
  • Khadro
  • Khairpur
  • Khipro
  • Kotri
  • Larkana
  • Matiari
  • Mehar
  • Mirpur Khas
  • Mithani
  • Mithi
  • Mehrabpur
  • Moro
  • Nagarparkar
  • Naudero
  • Naushahro Feroze
  • Naushara
  • Nawabshah
  • Qambar
  • Qasimabad
  • Ratodero
  • Rohri
  • Sakrand
  • Sanghar
  • Shahbandar
  • Shahdadkot
  • Shahdadpur
  • Shahpur Chakar
  • Shikarpaur
  • Sinjhoro
  • Sukkur
  • Ranipur
  • Tangwani
  • Tando Adam Khan
  • Tando Allahyar
  • Tando Muhammad Khan
  • Thatta
  • Thari Mirwah
  • Umerkot
  • Warah
  • Piryaloi
  • Tharushah
  • Sita Road
  • Pir jo goth
  • Shahpur jahania
  • Qubo Saeed Khan
  • Mehrabpur
  • Samaro
  • Maqsoodo Rind
  • Sann
  • Manjhand
  • Lakhi ghulam shah
  • Mian Sahib

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