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One of the four provinces of Pakistan. Wikipedia

  • Karachi

    Capital of the Pakistani province of Sindh. Largest city in Pakistan and the twelfth largest city in the world. Wikipedia

  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

    One of the four provinces of Pakistan. Located in the northwestern region of the country, along the Afghanistan–Pakistan border. Wikipedia

  • Tharparkar

    District in Sindh province in Pakistan headquartered at Mithi. Largest in Sindh, and has the largest Hindu population in Pakistan. Wikipedia

  • Punjab, Pakistan

    Pakistan's most populous province, with a population of about 110,012,442 as of 2017. Bordered by the Pakistani provinces of Sindh, Balochistan, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the enclave of Islamabad, and Pakistan administered Azad Kashmir. Wikipedia

  • Pakistan

    Country in South Asia. World's fifth-most populous country with a population exceeding 212.2 million. Wikipedia

  • History of Pakistan

    Shared with that of Afghanistan, India, and Iran. Spanning the western expanse of the Indian subcontinent and the eastern borderlands of the Iranian plateau, the region of present-day Pakistan served both as the fertile ground of a major civilization and as the gateway of South Asia to Central Asia and the Near East. Wikipedia

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    • Al-Junaid, the successor of Qasim, finally subdued the Hindu resistance within Sindh and established a secure base.Gujarat-Wikipedia
    • In 711 CE, Muhammad bin Qasim conquered the Sindh and Indus Valley and the port of Debal, from where he launched his forces further into the Indus Valley in 712.Karachi-Wikipedia
    • Now there seems little doubt that it was the power of the Gurjara Pratihara army that effectively barred the progress of the Arabs beyond the confines of Sindh, their only conquest for nearly 300 years.Rajasthan-Wikipedia
    • The first ever international cricket match in Karachi was held on 22 November 1935 between Sindh and Australian cricket teams.Karachi-Wikipedia
    • Zoroastrians from Greater Iran migrated to the western borders of South Asia (Gujarat and Sindh) during the 8th or 10th century, to avoid persecution by Muslim invaders who were in the process of conquering Iran.Gujarat-Wikipedia
    • At its zenith, the Rai Dynasty (489–632 CE) of Sindh ruled this region and the surrounding territories.Pakistan-Wikipedia

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