Sind

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Sind was part of the Bombay Presidency during the British period. It is now a province in Pakistan.

Spelling Variants

Modern name: Sind/Sindh
Other spellings: Sinde, Scinde

Status

  • 1843 to 1847 - Province
  • 1847 to 1936 - Division of Bombay Presidency.
  • 1936 to 1947 - Province

Capital

Cities and Towns

Districts

For districts during the British period see article Bombay Districts.
The following are modern districts:

Princely State

Military history

External Links

Sind Province "Wikipedia"
Sindh "wikipedia"
Panhwar.com a website about Sindh. Contains links to rare books to download, and to many articles, including two on maps called Historical Maps of Sindh and Maps of Sindh

Historical books online

Volume I- Karachi District: Archive.org/DLI 1910 (perhaps 1919?), Archive.org/DLI, [1919], Pdf download DLI 1919, different digital file; Volume II- Hyderabad District, Pdf download 1927, Archive.org version; Volume III -Sukkur District, Pdf download 1919, Archive.org version; Pdf download 1928, Archive.org version; Volume IV- Larkana District, Pdf download 1927, Archive.org version; Volume V- Nawabshah District, Pdf download 1920, Pdf download 1926, Archive.org version; Volume VI-Thar and Parkar District Pdf download 1919, Archive.org version, different file. (Not available online: B Volume VII Upper Sind Frontier District, but it is available at the British Library IOR/V/27/63/110).
A Few Brief Comments on Sir Charles Napier's Letter to Sir J. Hobhouse, "On the Baggage of the Indian Army"‬ by Lieut-Col W Burlton of the Bengal Cavalry, late Commissary-General of the Bengal Army 1849 Google Books
Sir Charles Napier's Indian Baggage Corps. Reply to Lieut.-Col. Burlton's attack [i.e. to his pamphlet entitled: “A few brief comments on Sir Charles Napier's Letter to Sir John Hobhouse” by Major Montagu McMurdo, late Head of the Quartet-Master General’s Department of Scinde 1850 Google Books