A woman prepares lassi (traditional drink) Sindh is a land of treasures and diversity where people from various background, religions, ethnicity and groups live together in peace and harmony.During the sub-continent’s partition in 1947, Sindh welcomed hundreds of thousands of people from the India, specially from Gujrat. Culturally, the province has it’s own charm and beauty. The urban part is more modernised and contemporary, but the rural one is still strongly connected to its traditional roots. For example, one may see a variety of dresses, jewelry and lifestyles which are followed by a variety of tribes and groups in the rural part of the region. Here are a few photographs to perfectly picture Sindh’s eye-catching beauty, diversity and cultural richness. A woman from Kacchi Hindu community makes a long walk from her residence in search of water Young girl from Parkari Hindu community wearing traditional dress Young girl from Parkari Hindu community wearing traditional dress Colourful traditional dress of a woman from Sindhi Bheel community Young girl from Bazonia community Females from Tharadri Hindu community carry gharas over there head as they go in search of water Various symbols are tattooed on arms of a Kacchi community woman An elderly women from the Kacchi Kohli community Published in Daily Times, August 16th 2018.