Tagged with Sindh

Ranokot Fort: Great wall of Sindh, Pakistan

Ranokot Fort: Great wall of Sindh, Pakistan

By: Aziz Kingrani Abstract It is clear that Ranikot fort was built for the purpose of defense and residence. The rulers of different times lived here and time by time it had been repaired by them. Very old coins, terracotta of Indus Civilization, engraved sign of swastika, leaf of papal tree, peacock, sunflower, lotus flower, … Continue reading

The mission of great saint of poor people

The mission of great saint of poor people

By: Aziz Kingrani Hazarat Syyed Usman Marwandi Lal Shahbaz Qalandar is well-known and celebrated Sufi saint of Sindh, a southern province of Pakistan. He is the greatest saint of poor people. Hazarat Qalandar Lal is famous as itinerant, but mostly, he lived among the gatherings of common people. His mysticism attracted people from all religions … Continue reading

The Zoroastrian’s Ruins in Kachho region, Sindh, Pakistan

Sindh, a southern province of Pakistan has been remaining very prosperous and fertile in historic heritage since prehistoric period. Unfortunately, the invaders of western and northern countries always attacked and ruled on the Sindh. Thus, socially, culturally and religiously, this land remained under influence of invader nations. This act had been repeated in past almost … Continue reading

The roaring River Gaaj

The roaring River Gaaj

The roaring River Gaaj By Aziz Kingrani The magical stream … the romantic rhythm of the waves … the beauty of the flowing river by the mountains … standing by its bank in the dusk … one’s mood is uplifted … one feels inclined to create poetry even if he is not a poet. Welcome … Continue reading

Ancient sites, towns and villages

Ancient sites, towns and villages

Ancient places and towns of Dadu Aziz Kingrani Dadu district of Sindh, a southern province of Pakistan is treasure of historical, archaeological and cultural heritages. Numerous historical and archaeological sites, places, towns and villages are situated in the boundaries of present Dadu District. Such historical richness of Dadu District is briefly discussed herein article. Dadu … Continue reading

Westren Nara Canal

Western Nara Canal and its small channels Aziz Kingrani A big branch of Indus River had flown from Kandhkot to Manchhar in prehistoric period. In result of its flow Manchhar came in to existence. No one would be able to tell with confirmation that in which period such big branch flew, but its signs of … Continue reading

Neroonkot or Neroon Jo Qilo in Dadu

Neroonkot or Neroon Jo Qilo in Dadu

Neroon Fort and Division in Dadu Aziz Kingrani A Neroon fort that we are going to discuss is not an old and disputatious name of Hyderabad city, but it was a fort and division of Sehwan sarkar (government) in the period of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. I am opinion of that the Neroon Kot or … Continue reading

Bilawali Movement

Bilawali Movement

Bilawali or Bilali Movement in Dadu Aziz Kingrani Makhdoom Bilawal(Born: 1451 AD/ 856 AH- death 30 Safar 929AH/1522 AD) was a patriotic Sufi saint of Sama dynasty. Makhdoom Bilawal was belonged to dignified family of Sama’s. First he lived at Talti then he shifted to Baghban, where he is buried (1). He was great Sufi … Continue reading

Poets and writers

Poets and writers

The Poets and writers of Dadu District By: Aziz Kingrani District Dadu is rich in literature like other districts of Sindh. The legend poets, philosophers, historians, short story writers and playwrights have birthed in Dadu district, Sindh proud of them. The list is very large, but we give the life sketch or profile of those … Continue reading