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Tando Allahyar District

Tando Allahyar District
District
Map of Sindh with Tando Allahyar District highlighted
Map of Sindh with Tando Allahyar District highlighted
Country Pakistan
Province Sindh
Headquarters Tando Allahyar
Time zone PST (UTC+5)
Number of Tehsils 3
Website Tando Allahyar Official webpage

The town was founded by Mir Allahyar Khan Talpur Qila was built in (1804). Tando Allahyar Old name is (qunday je wasi). 4 km away from Tando Allahyar there is found ancient monuments which is called ((Abul Jo Daro)) Abul was a king of old age.

Contents

  • History 1
  • History 2
  • Administration 3
  • Education 4
  • Population 5
  • Agriculture 6
  • Culture 7
    • People 7.1
  • Languages 8
  • References 9

History

The town was founded by Mir Allahyar Khan Talpur Qila was built in (1804). Tando Allahyar Old name is (qunday je wasi). 4 km away from Tando Allahyar there is found ancient monuments which is called ((Abul Jo Daro)) Abul was a king of old age.

History

The establishment of Tando Allahyar started with construction of a fort by Mir Allahyar Khan Talpur in 1709. The mud / clay fort is located at a distance of 3 kilometers from the current center of the town. This fort was built to look after his territory. A large number of people seeking security and refuge moved to this area under the protection of the Mir; these settlements gave the city a trading boom as well. As it progressed over the next decade this area started to be known as Allahyar Jo Tando (Allahyar's Town).

The shrine of old Sindhi legendary character of folk wisdom and sufi poet Watayu Faqeer is also situated in Kuba Shareef near Rashidabad, Tando Allahar.

In 1906 during the British Raj, a Railway station was established here. This step brought about a revolution in the town increasing its importance as an agro-trading hub. It shaped Tando Allahyar to what it is now. From Allahyar Jo Tando it became Tando Allahyar.

The British Raj brought the fort of Mir Allahyar under its official use. (This fort is now known as the Kacho Qilo); however some decorated walls from the times of Mir Allahyar Khan are still present. Since 1933 after the construction of canal, the city of Tando Allahyar turned into an agricultural heaven. Before 1947 the city had large number of Hindu followers. The temple of Baba Ramdevji Rama-Pir was a symbol Hindu-Muslim unity and peaceful co-existence. However, after the Indian Partition a number of Hindu followers left for India. The temple still stands tall in the town center attracting hundreds of pilgrims from all around the region.

Today, Tando Allahyar is a bustling urban town burdened under over population; and although ill planning and lack of proper governance over the years has virtually halted the progress, this historic town still has much to offer to its residents and its ever increasing new settlers.many village is connected with city.many trees of mango you can find where you pass this area.best thing of this city is that this is very religious city.very big Markaz of Sunni Hanafi(preacher) where people come on Friday night.There is an old village name is Village Khan Muhammad Bozdar This village is about 200 hundred years old. This village is still there now there is 52 houses, in this village living only Bozdar cast no another cast living in this village but unfortunately District Government ovoid that historical village.

Administration

The district is subdivided into the three Talukas which contain a total of 20 Union Councils:[1]

Taluka Union Councils
Chambar Began Jarwar
Chamber-1
Chamber-2
Dad Khan Jarwar
Sanjar Chang
Jhando Mari Dasori
Jhando Mari
Mirabad
Missan
Piyaro Lund
Tando Soomaro
Tando Allahyar (city) Bukera Sharif
Dhinghano Bozdar
Pak Singhar
Shaikh Moosa
Tando Allahyar 1
Tando Allahyar 2
Tando Allahyar 3
Tando Allahyar
Nasarpur

Education

The Education Institutes Includes the following:

  • Al Mahmood High School Tando Allah Yar.
  • Eagle Stars (E) School Tando Allahyar.
  • KAIM KHAN MEMORIAL HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL "TandoAllahYar" .
  • YK Academy Rashidabad
  • Government Provincialized High school Tando Allahyar
  • Government Little Fairies High school.
  • Government Secondary Higher school.
  • Government Main Sindhi Middle School.
  • Government High School Paksinghar.
  • Government S.M.Shah Aga khan school Sultanabad
  • Government Girls High School Sultanabad
  • Government Higher Secondary School Mubarak Jarwar
  • Government Girls Middle School Shadman Jarwar
  • SM Degree College Tando Allahyar
  • The Smart School Tando Allahyar.
  • Suffa Academy Islamic and Modern Education Tando Allahyar.
  • Horizon Institute Of Computer Sciences Tando Allahyar.
  • SM High School Station Road Tando Allahyar
  • Younus Academy Higher Secondary School Tando Allahyar
  • Shah Wali Ullah Higher Secondary School Tando Allahyar
  • Iqra Higher Secondary School Tando Allahyar
  • Green Life Public Elementary School
  • SST Public School Rashidabad
  • Mehran Higher Secondary School.
  • Aqsa Higher Secondary School
  • Sachal Public High School.
  • Faizan Public Higher School.
  • Aga Khan School Sultanabad
  • Foundation Grammar High School Tando Allahyar.
  • Eagle House Higher Secondary School Tando Allah Yar
  • Air Foundation
  • BRIGHT FUTURE PUBLIC SCHOOL
  • Government High School Darul Uloom Tando Allah yar
  • Faisal Foundation School
  • Yousuf Academy Tando Allahyar
  • ever shine grammar public high school.
  • Mastoi Public Elementary School Pyaro Lund (Principal Ghulam Sarwar Zardari Cell # 0333-2836098)
  • Qalam Elementary School Tando Allahyar (principal Idress Khanzada)

Population

As of 2010 Tando Allahyar (Urban & Rural) population stood at 575,000. Statistics indicate 85% of population is indigenous Sindhi and 15% of population is Urdu Speaking.

Agriculture

Mangoes are the most popular plantation of Tando Allahyar. The local growers take pride in the quality of the mangoes. A wide variety of mangoes are farmed here. It is one of the richest areas of the country for agriculture sector. Cash crops like Sugarcane, Wheat, Onions and Cotton are cultivated in a vast area. Besides, orchards are spread over hundreds of acres of land.

The farmers of Tando Allahyar perform Vital role in production of vegetables, same is supplied to Karachi. City has one of the highest yield in the province. It produces the highest quantity of sugarcane with around 50 to 60 million Maunds of sugarcane worth of annual production.

Companies In Tando Allahyar

  • Mehran Sugar Mill
  • Ammar Cotton Factory
  • Super Haari Seed Corporation (Regd) (Cotton Seed, Wheat seed, Rice Seed & Okra Seed)
  • Patan Seed Corporation (Regd).
  • TASCO SEED Corporation (Regd) .
  • A one cotton factory

Culture

Tando Allahyar has rich Sindhi culture. Men clad themselves with national style of dress called Shalwar Kameez having broader bottoms and traditional cap. Women clad with 'Gharara' or 'Parro' with bangles all the way up till shoulders.

Clogging Road side tea stalls with colleagues and friends, is favorite pastimes for men.

People

People of Tando Allahyar are proud people, taking pride in their land and its history; they are by nature, quiet and inoffensive; moderate in religion, hospitable and accommodating. Their attitude to life is determined by geographical, economic and moral set-up, making them unassertive.

Languages

Sindhi, Urdu, Siraiki and RajistanMewatii are the main languages of the town, other languages include Marwari, Siraiki, Punjabi, and Balochi as well as some Dravidian languages are also spoken.

References

  1. ^ District Government of Tando Allahyar

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