Soomra dynasty

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The Soomro dynasty
سومرن جو سلسله
Capital Thari (in present-day Badin District in Sindh)
Languages Sindhi (native language)
Arabic (liturgical language)
Government Monarchy
 •  1024–1030 Sardar Soomar (first)
 •  1333–1351
1351–1355 in exile
 •  Soomro dynasty begins 1024
 •  Soomro dynasty ends 1351
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Habbari dynasty
Samma dynasty

The Soomro dynasty (Sindhi: سومرن جو سلسله‎) were rulers from the Indian subcontinent.[1] They ruled in the Sindh region of present-day Pakistan from 1024 to 1351.

The Soomro tribe revolted against Masud, ruler of the Ghaznavids. They were superseded by the Samma dynasty.[2]

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  1. ^ Siddiqui, Habibullah. "The Soomro of Sindh: their origin, main characteristics and rule – an overview (general survey) (1025 – 1351 AD)" (PDF). Literary Conference on Soomro Period in Sindh. 
  2. ^ Sen, Sailendra (2013). A Textbook of Medieval Indian History. Primus Books. p. 114. ISBN 978-9-38060-734-4.