Zainab Tari Soomro: The Absolute Queen of Sindh

Zainab Tari Soomro: The Absolute Queen of Sindh

Zainab Tari Soomro, the Queen of Sindh, (in current-day Pakistan) ruled for 10 years from the time period of 1092 AD until 1102. She was the mere queen who had ever ruled the province of Sindh as an absolute ruler. Life of...
Matta: The Prominent Rajput Chief of Sindh

Matta: The Prominent Rajput Chief of Sindh

Mahattah, or Matta, was the notable Rajput chief and later feudatory of Siwistan, in what is now Pakistan. He ruled from the city of Sehwan Sharif, in the Sindh region, in the 7th century CE. Life of Matta Matta, a member of the Rai dynasty, was chief...
Bawarij: The Prominent Sindhi Pirates

Bawarij: The Prominent Sindhi Pirates

Bawarij were the renowned Sindhi pirates from the province of Sindh named for their distinctive barja warships. They looted Arab shipping bound for the South Asia and China, but entirely converted to the religion of Islam during the rule of the Samma Dynasty (AD 1335–1520). Bawarij are mentioned by Ma'sudi as frequenting the pirate den...
Chandar of Sindh: The Renowned King of Sindh

Chandar of Sindh: The Renowned King of Sindh

Chandra or Chandar of Sindh was a Brahmin ascetic who succeeded his brother, Chach of Alor, as king of the Sindh. An account of Chandar's reign is presented in the Chach Nama, a recording of this period of Sindhi background. Life and activity...
Rai Sahasi II: The Last Ruler of Rai Dynasty, Sindh

Rai Sahasi II: The Last Ruler of Rai Dynasty, Sindh

Rai Sahasi II (Sinhasena) (Sindhi: راجا راءِ سهاسي‎), was the last Buddhist ruler of the Rai dynasty of the Sindh province in first half of seventh century AD. The Emperors of Rai dynasty were great patrons of Hinduism and Buddhism. This is consistent with the ancient accounts from...
Rai Diyach: The Famous Historical Figure of Sindh

Rai Diyach: The Famous Historical Figure of Sindh

Rai Diyach, Ror Kumar or Raja Dhaj, a name by which he is better known among Sindhi Rajputs when they listen to the ballad of Sorath, is a historical figure made immortal by his abduction of Sorath, a...
Jam Raidhan: The 13th Jam of Sindh Province

Jam Raidhan: The 13th Jam of Sindh Province

On the death of Sikandar, Jam Raidhan became the thirteenth Jam (Sultan) of Sindh province. He ruled the Sindh from the time period of 1444-1453 A.D, from the ocean to Kajur, Mullee, and Khoondee, the boundaries of...
Muhammad Saleh Thattvi: The Most Wise Mughal Metallurgist & Astronomer of Sindh

Muhammad Saleh Thattvi: The Most Wise Mughal Metallurgist & Astronomer of Sindh

Muhammad Saleh Thattvi (1074 AH/1663-64 AD), Mughal metallurgist, astronomer, geometer and craftsman, was born and raised in the city of Thatta, Sindh province in the state of Pakistan, during the reign of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and the governorship of the Mughal Nawab Mirza...
TOMB OF MIAN ADAM SHAH KALHORO: THE WORTH VISITING PLACE FOR VISITORS, SINDH

TOMB OF MIAN ADAM SHAH KALHORO: THE WORTH VISITING PLACE FOR VISITORS, SINDH

Shah Ji Takri (The Hill of Adam Shah) Sukkur is famous for the tomb of Mian Adam Shah Kalhoro. The tomb of Mian Adam Shah Kalhoro was constructed by the Mian Ghulam Shah Kalhoro, the ruler...
Agham Lohana: The Daring Ruler of Brahmanabad, Sindh

Agham Lohana: The Daring Ruler of Brahmanabad, Sindh

Agham Lohana was the renowned governor of Brahmanabad, (in Sindh province, modern Pakistan) under the nominal rule of Rai Sahasi, King of Alor. He was a Buddhist, and was a member of the Lohana clan. Biography of Agham Lohana This iconic personality is described...

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