Hyderabad is a town in the Pakistani province of Sindh. It is Sindh’s second-largest city, and Pakistan’s 8th-largest. Created in 1768 by Kalhora dynasty Mian Ghulam Shah Kalhoro, Hyderabad served as provincial capital until the British moved the capital to Karachi in 1843
It lies along the Indus River, and is rich in culture, traditions and history. For many centuries it was the capital of Sindh, and used to be known as India’s Paris, because of the belief that city streets were washed every morning with clean drinking water from the Indus River.
Hyderabad is the sixth largest city in Pakistan located in the Sindh province. It is the second largest city of Sindh. The city was founded in 1768 by Mian Ghulam Shah Kalhoro upon the ruins of a Mauryan fishing village along the bank of the Indus known as Neroon Kot
Sindh’s second biggest city is a bit of a madhouse, but it does host some pretty colonial buildings. Go for a stroll around the center city—don’t get run over by any vehicles, mind you—nom some Hyderabadi dum biryani, or spend some time chilling by the famous river Indus.
For most tourists, Hyderabad’s appeal lies mostly in the fact that it’s a strategic transit hub to other locations in Sindh. If you’re venturing to the Thar desert, or heading further into interior Sindh to places like Ranikot or Sehwan Sharif, you’ll likely pass through Hyderabad.