|— District —|
|• Total||19,638 km2 (7,582 sq mi)|
|Time zone||PST (UTC+5)|
|Website||Tharparker official website|
Tharparkar District (Sindhi: ضلعو ٿرپارڪرUrdu: ضِلع تهرپاركر), is one of twenty three districts of Sindh province in Pakistan. It is headquarters is at Mithi. It has the lowest Human Development Index of all districts in Sindh.
Languages and Demography 
Dhatki also known as Thari, which is a Rajasthani language, is common language, which is also the majority language of neighboring Umerkot District. However Sindhi and Urdu are also spoken. The largest tribe in Tharparkar District is Meghwar Scheduled Castes The population can be divided into three main classes, Rajputs, which include Muslim and Hindu tribes and aboriginal tribes. The large number of aboriginal Bhils are also settled in a huge population in Tharparkar District. Many nomadic Sindhi tribe inhabit the region. Thakurs mostly left Tharparkar and migrated in India after independence of Pakistan.
According to 1998 census, Muslims constitute 59.42% of the population, the Hindus and scheduled Castes 40.58 The significant number of Hindus migrated to India during the 1965 and 1971 wars between Pakistan and India.
Mithi is a tehsil of Tharparkar District, and town Mithi is district Headquarters as well as commercials hub of district. Agriculture, handicrafts and live stock are key business activities. The population of Mithi town is increasing rapidly because of its commercial attraction.
Nagarparkar is a tehsil of district Tharparkar that borders Indian states of Rajasthan and Gujarat from three sides. The area was part of historical Jain and Hindu mythologies and have beyond twenty archeological sites.
See also 
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