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List of Sindhi people

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List of Sindhi people

The following is a list of notable ethnic Sindhi people.

Contents

  • Historical Personalities 1
  • Politics 2
  • Journalists 3
  • Artists and Painters 4
  • Poets 5
  • Short Story Writers 6
  • Science and Technology 7
  • Educationists 8
  • Entertainment Industry 9
  • Law Experts 10
  • Scholars 11
  • Researchers 12
  • Writers 13
  • Business and Industry 14
  • Philanthropists and Social Activists 15
  • Economics 16
  • Law and Judiciary 17
  • Metaphysics, Spirituality and Religion 18
  • Saints and Sufis 19
  • Sports 20
  • Medicine 21
  • Others 22
  • References 23

Historical Personalities

Politics

Journalists

Artists and Painters

Poets

Short Story Writers

Science and Technology

Educationists

Entertainment Industry

Law Experts

Ram jethmalani

Scholars

Researchers

Writers

Business and Industry

Philanthropists and Social Activists

Economics

Law and Judiciary

Metaphysics, Spirituality and Religion

Saints and Sufis

Sports

Medicine

Others

References

  1. ^ "Designs on the bride". India Today. 2008-11-07. Retrieved 2014-05-29. 
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