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The Sindhi diaspora consists of Sindhi people who have emigrated from the historical Sind province of British India, as well as the modern Sindh province of Pakistan, to other countries and regions of the world, as well as their descendants.
There is a sizeable population of Sindhis in the U.K. and U.S.A.
- Sindhi Hindus in Gibraltar
- Hinduism in Ghana
- Hinduism in Australia
- Hinduism in Afghanistan
- Indians in Afghanistan
- Markovits, Claude (22 June 2000). The Global World of Indian Merchants, 1750–1947: Traders of Sind from Bukhara to Panama. Cambridge University Press. p. 277. ISBN 9781139431279.
The partition of British India brought in its wake a large-scale exodus of non-Muslims from Sind to independent India.
- Rajpar, Mushtaq (10 August 2017). "The Sindhi diaspora". The News International. Retrieved 28 January 2018.
Sindhis living abroad have attempted to have an organised one voice for decades. In many ways those who migrate from Sindh to North America remain connected to and deeply concerned about Sindh.
- Sindhi, people. "Sindhi diaspora". Retrieved 16 October 2014.
- "2011 Indian Census" (PDF).
- People, Sindhi. "Sindhi diaspora". Retrieved 16 October 2014.