Black People (Sheedi) based in Pakistan

Black People (Sheedi) based in Pakistan
Black People (Sheedi) based in Pakistan

Black people living in the subcontinent, including Pakistan, are called Sheedi, Dada, and Abyssinian (Hubshi). They are known to have been brought to the region as slaves, but this does not seem to be the case. So far, many articles have been written in which great emphasis has been placed on enslaving black slaves.

Here I will cite a book that has been published recently, which is called Sheedi Badshah is a historical fact; this book has been written in Urdu. This includes a comprehensive study of the evolution of blacks to the present day

Black People (Sheedi) based in Pakistan
Black People (Sheedi) based in Pakistan

Sheedi or DaDa is very lively, hospitable, dance and music lovers, very hardworking and hardworking people. In Karachi, their population is mostly Lyari, and in the suburbs of Karachi, in Sind, the majority is mostly in the southern region. Lyari was once called Little Africa, where the famous areas of Sheedi Village Road, Sheedi Arabi Mosque, Bambasa Street are still called by the same names

Mr. Shabbir Soomro, a special feature about black Shaidis, wrote a new thing in the newspaper’s Sunday Magazine “December”. He writes that Shaidis are also very fast in sports and fights. Go In Karachi they are often called Makrani while Makrani is not a caste. This is the name of the area but most people do not know about it so many people consider it Makrani which is wrong

Shaidi in Karachi is divided into four tribes, there is some misunderstanding about it. These are four houses, house means house or we can call it four neighborhoods in which one house (house) Kharadar Shaidi house (house) second Lasi Shaidi house (house) third Hyderabad Shady house (house) and fourth Belara Shady house (Home) The four houses also jointly celebrate the Shaidi Mela at Manghopir in Karachi

Black People (Sheedi) based in Pakistan
Black People (Sheedi) based in Pakistan

Shadi in India

The Indian state of Gujarat also has a large population of Shaidis, where they are called Sadi and many call them kings. Historians write that most of their arrival was due to the support of Mughal emperor Babar but it is unclear where they came and settled in this region before the Mughals. Who never in his life allowed the Mughals to conquer southern India. From the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan to Aurangzeb many attacks were made but the Mughals could not achieve victory in any of them. In addition, there are many others whose role is very important in the history of India. Among them are Malik Kafur Shaidi, Ikhlas Khan, and many famous and anonymous people.

Eminent Journal of Sind Hosh Mohammad Sheedi

Black People (Sheedi) based in Pakistan
Black People (Sheedi) based in Pakistan

In the province of Sind, Pakistan, there is a famous Sheedi journal named Hosh Mohammad Sheedi without which the history of Sind would be considered incomplete. Charles Napier mentions this brave Sheedi Sput in his memoirs When Charles Napier’s army conquered Sindh in 1843, the same hero was martyred in the field with his army, which was buried with honor by the British army on the same battlefield. Recently, his slogan became very popular when he was showing his bravery on the battlefield with the British and the slogan on his lips was “Let’s not go to Sindh on Mars”.

For this article, I have used a historical fact from the book “Shaidi Badshah” and I am trying to get its translation in English published soon.  

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