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Gandhidham in Kutch India has been developed as a new home town for Sindhis displaced after partition of India in year 1947. The development was initiated by Late Bhai Partab.
Sindh has a very ancient history. Sindhu river has been mentioned in Rig Veda. There are four main Vedas, Yajur Ved, Saam Ved, Arath Ved and Rig Veda.
The Sindhi diaspora consists of Sindhi people who have emigrated from the historical Sindh province of British India, as well as the modern Sindh province of Pakistan, to other countries and regions of the world, as well as their descendants.
Apart from South Asia, there is a large and well-established community of Sindhis throughout different continents of the world – including Singapore, Canada, Malaysia, Oman, UAE, USA and UK etc
The first railway train in Sindh was started on 13th May 1861 from Karachi to Kotri.