Sanghar District is one of the largest districts of Sindh province, Pakistan.


It is located at the Latitude of 26°00′ North and Longitude of 69°15′ East. It is located in the centre of Sindh and is bounded to the east by India. The district capital, Sanghar, is itself a small city roughly 56km east-south-east of the city of Nawabshah and the same distance north of Mirpur Khas. Randhawa Colony is situated at Nawabshah Road near Wapda Office. Its primary industry is agriculture.

Beautiful Lake near Gujri, Distt. Sanghar

                                                                                                 Beautiful Lake near Gujri, Distt. Sanghar


The people of this district speak Sindhi language in major. Nearly 80% of the people speak Sindhi language and the rest of the people speak Panjabi, Balochi and Hazarangi. Urdu is the national language so it is spoken and understood here.


Majority of the people of this district are muslims. While there are also people of some other religions here. About 80% of the people are muslims and other religions are Hinduism and Christianity.

Allah Manument in Sanghar Sindh

                                                                                                                          Sanghar, Sindh


According to the 1998 census of Pakistan, the district had a population of 1,453,028, of which 22.13% were located urban areas.

Important Places:

Mir Shahdad Jo Qubo:

It is the tomb of Mir Shahdad Talpur, who is regarded as one of the finest military commanders of Sindh, is one of the historical heritages of Sindh and is located in Shahpur Chakar, at a graveyard of the family members of Mir Shahdad Talpur. Shahdadpur, a big city of Sindh Province, is named after Mir Shahdad Talpur, while Shahpur Chakar is named behind his son Mir Chakar Talpur.

Tomb of Shaheed Mansoor Faqeer near Sanghar Sindh

                                                                                        Tomb of Shaheed Mansoor Faqeer near Sanghar Sindh
Brahman Abad:

These are the ruins from the seventh century A.D. This site has been excavated by the government of Pakistan, and where the local folks go Gold-jewelry hunting after heavy rains. The rains wash off the top soil thereby exposing, among other artifcats, the ancient jewelry.

Cadet College Sanghar

                                                                                                       Cadet College Sanghar

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