is a province, now in Pakistan
, but previously part of undivided India.
It is where the Indus Valley civilization flourished from 2300BC-1760BC. Sindh covers an area of 58,000 square miles. The people, who have spread their wings through the length and breadth of the globe, have shown a remarkable resillience and have adapted to the culture of all lands. They are hard workers and excellent in business, medicine, law, engineering, fashion, art, food and all professional fields. They have created a global community, striving to make a borderless nation.
Classic Sindhi stereotype:
Careful with money (almost tight-fisted), loyal and a good friend to have, good-looking, materialistic, very humorous, egotistical, hard-working, determined, and almost always successful