History

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1987

1986

1947

  • Independence with Partition of India and Pakistan
  • Entire Sindh State became part of Pakistan. Independence day on 14-August-1947
  • Most of Hindu Sindhis started migrating to India. India celebrated Independence day on 15-August-1947

1940

1939

  • Bhagat Kanwarram was assassinated in communal riots in Sukkur on 1st November, 1939 at Rukari (also known as Ruk) railway station.

1936

  • Sindh became a separate province in 1936.

1911


1907

1885

1847

  • Sind was made part of British India's Bombay Presidency

1843

  • The Battle of Miani - February 17, 1843


1839

  • Karachi was the first area in the province to be occupied by the British East India Company.

1783

  • The Talpur's then established government in Sindh from 1783 and they remained the ruling elite with their capital in Khairpur.

1752

  • Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai deceased

1689

  • Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai is born

1519 to 1625

  • Sindh then became a part of larger empires as a loyal Muslim domain and came under the rule of the Arghun Dynasty and Tarkhan dynasty.

1258 to 1358

  • Soomra Dynasty continued to rule independently for 100 years

1024 to 1258

The Ummayad rule ended with the ascension of the Soomra Dynasty which was Abbasid caliphate's functionary in sindh.

10th Century

  • Birth of God Jhulelal

712 AD

  • Invasion by Arabs

125 BC

  • The Greeks (who conquered Sindh in 125 BC under the command of the Alexander the great) rendered it into Indos, hence modern Indus.

3000 BC

  • Indus Valley civilization
    • Mohen Jo Daro
    • Harappa