From top: Makhdoom Noah Masjid & Handicraft of Hala
|Elevation||39 m (128 ft)|
|Time zone||PST (UTC+5)|
Hala 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.
The Haala baazar is a famous bazaar where people from many cities go for shopping.
Almost 65% people are Muslims in Hala.
People of Hala 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.
- Ansari, Sarah F. D. (1992). Sufi Saints and State Power: The Pirs of Sind, 1843-1947. Cambridge South Asian Studies 50. Cambridge University Press. pp. 20, 31. ISBN 9780521405300.