Once upon a time, in Sindh there were rural people who were a symbol of love and harmony; peace was their first priority and primary relations among all were their sole representation. Interactions were observed commonly as per a good picture of a Sindhi society, members of Indus civilisation were peace loving and humanity lovers. As exceptions are present everywhere, almost with the passage of time, people of Sindh are underprivileged from their basic needs and are become helpless to earn and entertain the livelihood in sound manner. Moen-jo-Daro is still depicts the pride and honour for the people of Indus civilization, in contemporary situations and condition a sad picture of Sindh is observed, which alter the real and ideal culture of Indus region. From the great pages of history, where it is marked with black and white that people of Indus were great famous with respect to hospitality and owner of great civilization. Indus civilization was one of the most educated and literate civilisation of its time. Now days, it seems totally a different story of peaceful people of great culture, whom had spread the message of love and peace all over the world by their great poets, writers and skilled persons. We can find the great charms of People Indus in the verses and poetry of Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai, His saintly efforts has renowned the people of Sindh throughout the world. The message of Latif was message of peace, love and harmony. From North to South, East to West; everywhere bleeding is going on, exploitation of honour, disrespecting of veneration, killings and murders in the name of honour, there is no any society in the world which is crime free but Question is that why we people are so weak to maintain our historic culture and profound civilisation? Yes, we can admit that with passage of time changes become compulsory to decisive part of culture but it doesn’t mean that we have to lose all the good values of being great civilisation. Our small and little vested interests have ruined our primary bonds and mould our nation into distributed ones. The people of Moen-Jo-Daro were very rich and elegant; they have great trends of business and happiness. Values are become faded with unnecessary voluntary changes; new generation is motivated from west and Europe. Now modification becomes more common in all surroundings of Indus. Economic disorder in Sindh has deprived people from very precious values of love and peace. People of Indus are combating with each other in the name of very small or little things. Consciousness very rare to find because of quality education, in the past youngsters was used to learn from elders by holding great gatherings at out sided places. The writer is a freelance journalist, analyst and a sociologist. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and Tweets at @ajmalmehdi9 Published in Daily Times, March 1st 2019.