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Jeay Sindh
JEAY SINDH QAUMI MAHAZ (Sindhi : جيئي سنڌ قومي محاذ‎, abbreviated to and commonly known as JSQM) is a nationalist political party in the Sindh
Sindh
province of Pakistan
Pakistan
, demanding freedom of Sindhudesh from Pakistan. founded in 1995 after death of GM Syed
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Jam Tamachi
JAM KHAIRUDDIN AL-MAROOF JAM TAMACHI BIN JAM UNAR (Sindhi : ڄام خيرالدين المعروف ڄام تماچي بن ڄام انڙ ‎,Urdu : جام خيرالدين المعروف ڄام تماچي بن جام انر‎) was a famous ruler of Sindh
Sindh
. He belonged to the Unar tribe of Sindh, Pakistan
Pakistan
. HISTORYThe army of Sultan
Sultan
Alauddin Khilji
Alauddin Khilji
arrived in the vicinity of Bukkur , reconquered that fort, and prepared to go to Sehwan . A fight took place between them and the Samma , in which the latter were defeated. Jam Tamachi and his whole family was taken prisoner and carried to Delhi, where he had to live for many years in exile. In the absence of their ruler, the people lived quietly around Tharri under Jam Tamachi’s brother Babinah son of Jam Unar, as their headman
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Jam Unar
JAM UNAR BIN BABINAH (Sindhi : ڄام انڙ‎) was the founder of the indigenous Samma Dynasty , which ruled the Sindh and parts of Punjab and Balochistan from 1335-1520 C.E. HISTORYIt was in 752 A.H. (1351 C.E.) that Jám Unar son of Babinah was proclaimed the ruler of Sind. In a very short time, Jám Unar was sufficiently strong enough to attack Sehwán. Malak Ratan, a Turk, was at that time the governor of the region, on behalf of the king of Dehlí. He came out to meet Jám Unar and defeated him in a battle, but the next day Jám Unar returned to fight with redoubled force. He defeated Malak Ratan, who accidentally fell from his horse and into the hands of his enemy, who cut off his head with a blow. The fort of Sehwán was then soon taken. Upon returning to his capital, Jám Unar began to lead a luxurious life. One day while he was drunk, information was received of some rising at a short distance
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Raja Dahir
RAJA DAHAR (Sindhi : راجا ڏاھر‎; Sanskrit : राजा दाहिर, IAST : Rājā Dāhir; 663 – 712 CE) was the last Hindu
Hindu
ruler of Sindh
Sindh
. He presided over the Pushkarna Brahmin Dynasty of Sindh
Sindh
region of the Indian subcontinent
Indian subcontinent
, which included territories that now constitute parts of the modern-day states of Afghanistan
Afghanistan
, the Balochistan
Balochistan
region of Pakistan
Pakistan
, and parts of Punjab region of India
India
and Pakistan
Pakistan
. In 711 CE, his kingdom was conquered by Muhammad bin Qasim
Muhammad bin Qasim
, an Arab general, for the Umayyad
Umayyad
Caliphate
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Jam Raidhan
JAM RAIDHAN (Urdu : جام رائےدھن‎). On Sikandar ’s death, Raidhan became the 13th Jam (Sultan) of Sindh. He ruled the Sindh from 1444-1453 A.D, from the ocean to Kajur, Mullee, and Khoondee, the boundaries of Matheluh, and Oobawruh. Historians have different opinions about Jam Raidhan, many have argued that Jam Raidhan is no other than Jam Sanjar and they two are not different personalities but the two names for the single ruler of Sind. CONTENTS * 1 History * 2 Jam Sanjar and Jam Raidhan * 3 Death * 4 References HISTORYIn the time of Jam Tughluq , he lived in Kutch . When the news of the decease of Jam Sikandar reached him, taking many men, he went to Thatta , and collecting the men of that city, he said: “I have not come to take the country, but I have come to save the property of the Musulmans
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Sakrand
SAKRAND (SINDHI : سڪرنڊ‎) is a town in the Sindh
Sindh
province of Pakistan
Pakistan
. Sakrand
Sakrand
is a taluka of the district Shaheed Benazirabad (erstwhile Nawabshah ), near about 18 kilometers from the old Nawabshah city. By road it is at three and a half hours drive from Karachi
Karachi
on National Highway and one and a half hour drive from Hyderabad on National Highway. It is rich in Agriculture
Agriculture
. It is a Business Town, Exporting Goods To Hyderabad, Sindh
Sindh
and Nawabshah .Its population is approximately 31630. It has 65 deh. CONTENTS * 1 History * 2 Transportation * 3 Trade "> Sindhu darya flows about 18 km in the western side of Sakrand
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Karachi
KARACHI ( Urdu : کراچی‎; ALA-LC : Karācī, IPA: ( listen ); Sindhi : ڪراچي‎) is the capital of the Pakistani province of Sindh . It is the most populous city in Pakistan, fourth most populous city proper in the world and the 6th most populous metropolitan city in the world. Ranked as a beta world city , the city is Pakistan's premier industrial and financial centre. Karachi is also Pakistan's most cosmopolitan city. Situated on the Arabian Sea , Karachi serves as a transport hub, and is home to two of Pakistan's two largest seaports, the Port of Karachi and Port Bin Qasim , as well as the busiest airport in Pakistan . Though the Karachi region has been inhabited for millennia, the city was founded as a fortified village named Kolachi in 1729
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Pakistan Resolution
The LAHORE RESOLUTION ( Urdu
Urdu
: قرارداد لاہور‬‎, Karardad-e-Lahore; Bengali : লাহোর প্রস্তাব, Lahor Prostab), was drafted by the working committee of All-India Muslim League and presented by A. K. Fazlul Huq
A. K. Fazlul Huq
, the Prime Minister of Bengal
Bengal
was a formal political statement adopted by the All-India Muslim League on the occasion of its three-day general session in Lahore
Lahore
on 22–24 March 1940
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Indus Valley
The INDUS RIVER (Urdu : دریائے سندھ‎; Hindi :सिंधु; Chinese : 印度河) also called SINDHū or ABāSīN, is a major south-flowing river in South Asia
South Asia
. It is the namesake of the modern nation of India
India
. The total length of the river is 3,610 km (1,988mi) which makes it one of the longest rivers in Asia . Originating in the western part of Tibet
Tibet
in the vicinity of Mount Kailash and Lake Manasarovar , the river runs a course through Ladakh , Gilgit-Baltistan , and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
, and then flows along the entire length of Punjab
Punjab
to merge into the Arabian Sea
Arabian Sea
near the city of Thatta in Sindh
Sindh
. It is the longest river and national river of Pakistan
Pakistan

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Sindhu Kingdom
SINDHU was a kingdom of India mentioned in the epic Mahabharata
Mahabharata
and in the Harivamsa Purana . It stretched along the banks of river Sindhu ( Indus
Indus
) in the ancient era in modern Pakistan
Pakistan
. It is believed that Sindhu kingdom was founded by Vrsadarbh, one of sons of Sivi. According to the Glimpses of Ancient Sindh, authored by Mirchandani, its capital was known as Vrsadarbhpura, and Tulsianis, later known as Sindhu, was located at or near the location of the present town of Mithankot (in southern Punjab ). The inhabitants of the kingdoms were called Sindhus or Saindhavas. "Sindhu" literally means "sea"
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Rai Sahasi II
RAI SAHASI II (Sinhasena) (Sindhi : راجا راءِ سهاسي‎), was the last Buddhist ruler of the Rai dynasty of the Sindh in first half of 7th century AD. The Emperors of Rai dynasty were great patrons of Hinduism and Buddhism . This is consistent with the historical accounts from the times of Emperor Ashoka and Harsha , as numerous monarchs from the Indian Subcontinent never sponsored a state religion and usually patronized more than one faith. He succeeded his father Sinharus (Rai Sahiras II ) and his empire extended up to Kashmir . His reign ended in 632 AD. He was succeeded by his Hindu Brahmin chamberlain, Chach of Alor , who developed illicit sexual relations with Sahasi's wife (queen Rani Suhanadi ). Chach conspired with Rani Suhanadi and killed Raja Sahasi II and his brothers were sent to prison. Chach was married with the queen and became ruler of Sindh ending the rule of the Rai Dynasty and starting a line of Brahmin ruler-ship
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Chach Of Alor
CHACH (c. 631-711 CE) (Sindhi : چچ‎) was a Brahmin who reigned as king of Sindh in the mid-7th century CE. A former prime minister to the king Rai Sahasi II , Chach ascended to the throne by marrying the king's widow. The Brahmin dynasty under Chach expanded the kingdom of Sindh, and his successful efforts to subjugate surrounding monarchies and ethnic groups into an empire covering the entire Indus valley and beyond were recorded in the Chach Nama . CONTENTS * 1 Biography * 2 Islamic expansion * 3 Places named after Chach * 4 References BIOGRAPHY Sindh in 700, under the Brahmin dynasty. Chach was a Brahmin who rose to a position of influence under Rai Sahiras II , king of Sindh and a member of the Rai dynasty . Chach was given the appointments prime minister to the King, and retained influence after Rai Sahasi's death
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Chandar Of Sindh
CHANDRA or CHANDAR was a Brahmin ascetic who succeeded his brother, Chach of Alor , as king of Sindh . An account of Chandar's reign is presented in the Chach Nama , a recording of this period of Sindhi history. LIFE AND ACTIVITY PRIOR TO REIGNAccording to the Chach Nama , the Brahmin Chach of Alor was chamberlain and secretary to Rai Sahasi II, king of Sindh. Chach ascended to the throne by marrying the king's widow, and appointed Chandar as his deputy. Chandar assisted in the administration of the kingdom during Chach's successful campaigns of expansion, and succeeded Chach upon his death. CONFLICT WITH KANNUAJAfter Chach's death, Matta , the ruler of Sehwan Sharif in Siwistan , began to conspire against Chandar. Matta had formerly been the autonomous chief of Siwistan; however, he had been subjugated during one of Chach's campaigns, and intended to regain independence
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Rai Sahiras II
RAI SAHIRAS II was the second-last Buddhist ruler of the Rai Dynasty during early the 7th century. The Emperors of this dynasty were great patrons of Hinduism and Buddhism . This is consistent with the historical accounts from the times of Emperor Ashoka and Harsha because Indian monarchs never sponsored a state religion and usually patronized more than one faith. Sahiras was killed in a battle with the King of Nimroz and was succeeded by his son, the last Rajput ruler of Sindh , Raja Sahasi II . REFERENCES * ^ A B Harsha and His Times: A Glimpse of Political History During the Seventh Century A.D. , Page 78 by Bireshwar Nath Srivastava (Chowkhamba Sanskrit Series Office, 1976) * ^ The historical background of Pakistan and its people by Ahmed Abdulla (Tanzeem Publishers, 1973) * ^ Chach Nama - The queen falls in love with Chach who becomes the Ruler through her love
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Raja Dhach
RAJA DHAJ, ROR KUMAR or RAI DIYACH (SINDHI : راجاراءِ ڏياچ‎), a name by which he is better known among Sindhi Rajputs when they listen to the ballad of Sorath , is an ancient figure made immortal by his abduction of Sorath , a woman of legendary beauty. His deeds are still recounted after hundreds of years in the states of Haryana (the highly popular swaang called Sorath), Rajasthan , Gujarat and Sindh (Sur Sorath , one of the traditional 30 Surs included in Shah Jo Risalo ). This unforgettable romance is based on actual history that has to do with the times of the founder of Rori Shankar in Sindh , who was none other than the protagonist of this story. With the establishment of Rori , Dhaj, Ror Kumar founded the Ror Dynasty , which was to rule Sindh for the next one thousand years, in 450 BC
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Sind Province (1936–55)
Flag Map of Pakistan highlighting Sind's borders, unchanging during 1936-1955 CAPITAL Karachi HISTORY • Renaming of Sind Division 1 April 1936 • Province of Pakistan 14 August 1947 • Disestablished 14 October 1955 AREA 123,080 km2 (47,521 sq mi) Government of Sindh This article is part of the series FORMER ADMINISTRATIVE UNITS OF PAKISTAN Original provinces * Baluchistan * East Bengal * Federal Capital Territory * North-West Frontier Province * Sind * West Punjab Princely states * Amb * Bahawalpur * Chitral * Dir * Hunza * Kalat * Khairpur * Kharan * Las Bela * Makran * Nagar * Phulra * Swat One-unit provinces * East Pakistan * West Pakistan Other subdivisions * Gilgit Agency * Trans-Karakoram Tract * v * t * e SIND was a province of British India from 1936 to 1947 and Pakistan from 1947 to 1955
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