Sindhi language evolved over a period of 2400 years.
Malakhra or Malakhro is a ancient Sindhi form of wrestling in Pakistan, which dates back 5000 years.The match begins with both wrestlers tying a twisted cloth around the opponent’s waist.
The historic Sindhi civilization was the area, where the elegant utilization of freedom was freely accommodated. There have been some proofs, that the revelation of places dating back to 3000 B.C.
Sindhi’s celebrate Sindh Cultural day worldwide on 6th December by wearing Ajrak & Sindhi Topi on that time.
SINDHI CULTURAL DAY (EKTA DAY)
Sindhis celebrate Sindh Cultural day worldwide every year on first Sunday of December,( 1st Sunday of December was Advised and fixed by Dr.Sarang Ansari New York , USA ) by wearing Ajrak & Sindhi Topi.
The excavations of Mohen-Jo-Daro have unfolded the city life of a civilization of people with values, a distinct identity and culture. Therefore, the first definition of the Sindhi culture emanates from that over the 7000-year-old Indus Valley Civilization.
Sindhi poetry is also prominent in Sindhi culture. Poetry of Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai &. Sachal Sarmast is very famous amongst all of Pakistanis. Regional poets are Shaikh Ayaz, Ustaad Bhukhari, Ahmed Khan MAdhoosh, Adal Soomro, Ayaz Gull, Abdul Ghaffar Tabasum, Rukhsana Preet, and Waseem Soomro. Many Sindhi poets are doing their poetry work continuously.
People of Sindh are more inclined towards an agricultural based lifestyle. The fertile Indus Plains provide a valuable source of income for the local people who practice farming on these lands.