Sahito

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Sahito سهتو
Sindhi Sahito In English And Sindhi, by Jam Abdul Shakoor Sahito, 2015
Total population
150,000 - 140,000
Regions with significant populations
Pakistan:
   120,000 - 90,000
Languages
Sindhi
Religion
Islam
Related ethnic groups
Sindhi

Sindhi Sahito سنڌي سهتو (Plural Sahita سهتا) is a Sindhi Muslim Rajput tribe found in Sindh, Pakistan.

History[edit]

The Sindhi Sahitos speak the Sindhi Language, the Majority of Sahita lives in central of Sindh, especially in the districts of Naushahro Feroze, Khairpur, Tando Allahyar, Tando Muhammad Khan, Hyderabad, Nawab Shah, Matiari and Larkana districts of Sindh, Pakistan. In old Sahita's tribes have area Named as Sahite Pargani ساهتي پرڳڻي which is Capital of Sahita's tribe but now a day's that area is known as Naushahro Feroze, Sindh, Pakistan. The tribe mostly resides in rural Sindh but rarely in Urban, The chiefs reside at Bala Setharja in Khairpur District.

In Famous books said by Authors[edit]

MR, Lok Ram Dodeja (لوڪ رام دوديجا) wrote in his Sindhi Book Muhinjo watan muhinja manhoon (منھنجو وطن منھنجا ماڻھو) that the Sahito Caste / tribe is related to Sahito Singh, The Sahito Singh is Son of a Sikh Leader Moda Singh so that Sahitos Belongs to a Rajput clan , Before Accepting ISLAM A Sikh Leader's Son Called Sahito Singh Came to MUHAMMAD BIN QASIM to Accept ISLAM.

Pir Hisam-ud-din Rashdi (A great Sindhi Scholar Who wrote many books about Sindhi Nation.) wrote in his book Named as Samaat سماٽ ‏ that Sahitos were generals at the time of the Mughal Empire and also proves the statement of Lok Ram Dodeja لوڪ رام دوديجا by Saying in his Book Samaat سماٽ ‏ Sahita's are Sindhi Singh Rajput and also defines more about Sahita's have Title ‏لقب which is given by Mughals that's Jam ‏ڄام .

Prominent Sahitos[edit]

 Member of a Pakistan Muslim League Functional At District Level,
 Elected As Bar Council President,
 And also Fought many election's of Town Council, Taluka Council and District Council.
  • Late Dr. Masood Ahmed Sahito (Kotri, Naushehroferoze).
 A great Doctor Who worked For Humanity.
 Candidate Pakistan Peoples Party Rabita Office Na-219 Latifabad, Hyderabad, Pakistan.
  • Sardar Jam Mumtaz Hussain Sahito (Setharja).
 Member of a Pakistan Peoples Party Khairpur, Pakistan.
 and Chief Sardar Of Sahito Tribe.
 Mumtaz Hussain Sahito     is a famous Politician and follows the teachings of Islam religion.
 Member of Jamiat-e-Islami Pakistan.
  • PROF. DR. Imdad Hussain Sahito (Setharja).
 Director of Pakistan Study Department and Student affair of Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur.
  • DR. Shamroz Bano Sahito
 Lecturer at Chemistry Department of Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur.
 Lecturer at Geology Department of University of Sindh.
 Journalist, Doc film maker, Hosts a TV Show , Writer , Stage drama director, Music critique and editor of a popular Sindhi Daily Sham.
  • Dr.Hakim Ali Sahito (PhD & Post Doc.)
 Assistant Professor Department of Zoology, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur.
 Books published: 
 [1] Sahito, HA, and Bukhsh, K. (2012). Effect of Marginal Quality Water on Okra under Drip Irrigation System. Successful Drip Irrigation System in      okra crop. Lambert Academic Publishing (LAP), Amazon - Germany. Pp. 1-84. 
 [2] Sahito, HA. (2013). Bio-Ecological Studies and Management of Different Crops of Sindh: Insect Pests and Natural Enemies. Lambert Academic Publishing (LAP), Amazon - Germany. Pp. 1-197. 
 [3] Sahito, HA. (2013). Agriculture and Animal Benefits to Human Health: Agricultural productivity growth. Lambert Academic Publishing (LAP), Amazon – Germany. Pp. 1-160.
 Further, he has published more than 60 research publications in his field of research up to 2015.

Book[edit]

Sahito

By

Lambert M. Surhone, Miriam T. Timpledon, Susan F. Marseken Published 2010

ISBN 613-0-40086-1 / 613-0-40086-1 ISBN 978-613-0-40086-6 / 978-6-13040-0866

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