M.H. Panhwar’s


His publications on History, Archaeology, Historical Geography, Climates of the Past and Etc., of Sindh are listed below, the other publications are listed on the buttons on left side of this screen.

As hobby M.H. Panhwar collects various kind of materials connected with Sindh, specially books, ancient and recent maps and photographs, pertaining to ancient monuments and history of Sindh. His collection has 11,000 books and bulletins on Sindh, 3,000 ancient maps and large number of photographs. Some of they are rare and unknown in Sindh.

He has published a number of books and articles on Sindh mostly in English, a few of which have been translated and published in Sindh in Journal ‘Mehran’ a quarterly of Sindhi Adabi Board.

List of Publications By M.H. Panhwar:

  • Muslim Aurat (Sindhi), 1945.
  • Ground Water in Hyderabad and Khairpur Division, 1964, Revised, 1969.
  • Causes of Decline of Persian in Pakistan, Pak-Iranian Cultural Centre, 1975.
  • Maps on Sindh (being description of 500 historical economic, hydrological, archaeological, physical, geological, ground water and administrative maps in possession of the author). Sindh Quarterly, Vol.II, No.2, 1976.
  • Evolution of Arabic System of Medicine from Greek, Indian, Mesopotanian, Egyption and Chinese upto 9th Century AD, J. Institute of Sindhiology Summer 1977.
  • Source Material on Sindh, Institute of Sindhology, 1977.
  • Historical Geography of 17th Century, being an introduction to Mazahar Shah Jehani (Sindhi translation), Sindhi Adabi Board, 1977.
  • Sketches of Drawings, Paintings and Portraits on Sindh, by British officials in the mid nineteenth century, Sindh Quarterly, Vol. V, No. 4, 1978.
  • Heroic Struggle of Sindh Against Feudalism, 1500-1843 AD. Sindhiological Studies, Summer 1979. (Sindhi translation by Ghullam Muhammad Lakho Jour. Mehran).
  • Sindh-Kutch Relation, Sindh Archieves, Karachi, 1980. (Sindhi translation, Ghullam Muhammad Lakho, Jour. Mehran).
  • Sindh and Its Food Resources, Since Antiquity; Pre-Neolithic socio-anthropological study; animals, birds, fishes and wild horticultural products, Sindh Quarterly, Vol. VII, No. 3, 1979 and 4, and Vol. VII No.1, 1980.
  • The Art of Map Making and Some Rare Maps of Indian Sub-continent (which include Sindh) and Sindh, 140 to 1808 AD. Sindh Quarterly Vol. IX, No. 1, 1980.
  • International Trade of Sindh, Through its Port Barbarican (Banbhore), 200 BC – 200 AD, Sindhiological Studies, Winter, 1980. (Summary Jour. PIMA).
  • 471 Maps of Sindh, in Royal Geographical Society, British Museum, India Office Library and National Achieves of India, J. Grass Roots Spring, 1980.
  • Man in Sindh – Stone Age to Neolithic, Sindhiological Studies, Summer, 1980.
  • About Palantologie of Sindh, 1870-1884, J. Sindh Quarterly Vol. VIII, No. 2, 1980.
  • Greek and Roman Classical Writers, Who Wrote about Sindh, (Sindhi) Mehran March, 1981.
  • Failure of Gate of Sukkur Barrage and Lesson for Future, Sindhiological Studies, Winter, 1981.
  • Ranikot Fort, its odd location and why? In souvenir Ranikot Seminar, 26th March, 1981. Published by Ranikot Seminar Committee. Also Sindh Quarterly.
  • Sindh the archaeological museum of the world; Location of Brahmanka, Patala, Demetrias, Minaggara, Brahmano, Brahmanva, Brahmanabad, Dalu Rai and Mansura, Sindh Quarterly Vol. XI, No. 1 and 2, 1983.
  • Abdullah Haroon and His Times (1911-1942 AD) J. Sindh Quarterly, 1983. 
  • Chronological Dictionary of Sindh, Institute of Sindhology, 1984.
  • 7,000 Years of Women’s Slavery, J. Sindhiological Studies, Part I, 1984.
  • Four Ancient Rivers of Sindh or One Hundred Thousand Years of History of Sanghar District, J. Sindhiological Studies, Summer, 1985.
  • Developments in History and Archaeology of Sindh, Since Independence Part-I and II, J. Sindhiological Studies, Winter, 1985 and Summer 1986. (Also Mehran).
  • Hakra Or (Sarsuti) Controversy. J. Sindhiological Studies, Winter, 1986.
  • Inevitability of Conquest of Sindh by the British 1843 AD, J. Sindhiological Studies, Summer 1987.
  • Institute of Sindhiology Suggestions for Its Future Programs, J. Sindh Quarterly, Vol. XVI, No. 4, 1988. 
  • Tragedy of Pakistan Agriculture, Cereal Culture Versus Horticulture, J. Sindh Quarterly Vol. XVI, No. 1, 1988.
  • Methodology for Research into the History of Sindh Part I and II, J. Sindhiological Studies, Summer and Winter, 1988.
  • Languages of Sindh Between Rise of Amri and Fall of Mansura (4,000 BC – 1025 AD) based on archaeological evidence, in Abdul Jabar Junejo (Ed), Cultural Heritage of Sindh, Sindhi Adabi Board Jamshoro, 1989.
  • Revolutionary Invention of Jhali or Pankha in late 18th and early 19th centuries, J. Sindh Quarterly, 1989.
  • Fixing Boundaries of Sindh by the British 1843-1947, J. Sindhiological Studies, Summer, 1989.
  • Irrigation Under Noor Muhammad Kalhora, J. Sindhiological Studies, Winter, 1989.
  • Economic Plight of Sindh Under Pakistan, J. Sindh Quarterly, Vol. XVII, No. 2, 1990.   
  • On Uniqueness of Dadu District, J. Sindhiological Studies, Winter 1990.
  • Oceanographic Archaeology, Its potential in Pakistan, J. Archaeological Quarterly, Vol. II, No. 1, 1990.
  • Strangulation of Agriculture, Increasing Rural Poverty in Sindh and the Lower in Punjab, J. Sindh Quarterly Vol. XIX, No.3, 1991.
  • Pre-Harappan Chronology of Sindh, I and II, J. Sindh Quarterly Vol. XVII, No. 4, 1990 and Vol. XIX No. 1, 1991.
  • Banana Epidemic in Sindh, Imported disease or deliberate sabotage, J. Sindh Quarterly Vol. XIX, No.4, 1991.
  • Pir Hisammuddin Rashdi, a dedicated historian, J. Archaeological Quarterly, Vol. IV, No. 1 and 2, 1991.
  • Climatic Changes in Sindh, 67 Million Years Ago to 1850, J. Sindh Quarterly, Vol. XXII, No. 3, 1993.
  • To Grow Pineapple and Oil Palm in Thatta District, J. Sindh Quarterly, Vol. XXII, No. 1, 1994.
  • 5,000 Years of Trade Through Barbarican and The Indus, J. PIMA, Vol. I, No. 3, 1994.
  • Seepage of Water from The River Indus and Occurrence of Fresh Ground Water in Sindh, Article read at conference on Indus, London July 12-16, 1994. (Being published in Proceedings by Oxford University Press, London).
  • Sindh Archaeological Museum of the World, A brief study of Brahmanabad-Mansura, J. Archaeological Quarterly, Vol. VI, No. 3, 1994/95.
  • Rain Havoc in Dadu-Larkana Districts, Daily Barsat. August 14, 1995.
  • Agro-Climate of Coastal Zone of Sindh and Potential for Development, J. Wild Life and Environment, Vol. 4, No.1, April-June, 1995.
  • Cloud Rain Disaster in Dadu and Larkana Districts be Averted, J. Wild Life and Environment, Vol. 4, No. 2, July-September, 1995.
  • Henry Cousen and Archaeology of Sindh, being information on archaeological exploration and excavations in Sindh form 1895/96 to 1937/38 and their sources and published as introduction to Sindhi translation of Henry Cousens’, Archaeology of Sindh, Sindhi Adabi Board, 1995.
  • My Reminiscences of G.M. Sayed Part-I (1963-70), J. Sindh Quarterly, Vol. XXIV, No.4, 1996.
  • Samphire an Edible Oil Crop for Sindh, PIMA, Vol. 3, No. 1, June, 1996.
  • Development in Archaeology since Mujamdar’s Explorations in Sindh, to be published as introduction to Translation of this book, Sindhi Adabi Board.
  • Origin of Castes and Anthropological Study of few Sindhi Tribes.
  • Saman-ji-Sultanate a critical letter M.H. Panhwar.
  • Willem Floor, The Dutch East India Company (Voc) and Diewel-Sindh, Pakistan (Introduction by M.H. Panhwar, 30 pages).
  • Tragedy of Pakistan Agriculture – cereal culture versus horticulture.
  • In Search of Summer Hill Resorts.

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