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  • Sindrastan

    Sindrastan is located to the west of the [[Atruagin Plateau]]. It is the ancestral seat of the Ul Nervi dynasty, and hence holds the capital, [[Sayr Ulan]]. The region is mostly desert and grassy hills, with many fertile oases surrounding Sayr Ulan. …

  • Nagpuri

    Sometimes called The Gateway to the East, Nagpuri boarders [[Darokin]] near [[Akesoli]] and [[Lake Amsorak]]. The region is separated from the rest of Sind by the mountains of the [[Kurish Massif]]. As a result it's culture has been somewhat …

  • Sambay

    Sambay is the capital of the mumlyket of [[Jalawar]] and contains the palace of the Rani Drisana Madhar. the city's location on the coast means it is a port of great importance in Sind, second only to [[Jahore]]. The city has a more cosmopolitan feel …

  • Great Waste

    The Great Waste is the name given generally to the area between the [[Black Mountains]] and the [[Gulf of Hule]] to the north and west, the [[Sea of Dread]] to the south and [[Sind]] the [[Atruagin Plateau]], [[Darokin]] and [[Glantri]] to the east. …

  • Sindhi Immortals

    The Sindhi honour many different Immortals. Eastern scholars have determined that many are more familiar eastern Immortals simply under Sindhi names. They also honour different aspects of an Immortal as though they were each an individual power, and …

  • Putnabad

    Putnabad is situated to the west of the [[Asanda River]], with [[Azadgal]] and [[West Jhengal]] to the north and the border with [[Jaibul]] to the south. *Ruling Family* Jalil Ashupta Khan has one son, Dharjee Khan. His wife died in childbirth and …

  • Jahore

    Jahore, also known as The Pearl of Putnabad, is often the traveler's first experience of Sind. It sprawls around the mouths of the [[Asanda River]], with the western most branch of the delta flowing through the city. The inner city is walled to …

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