Ulhasnagar, which is 61 years old, was formed as a colony of migrants, especially Sindhis from West sides of India, during the Partition of India. It is said that around 100,000 Sindhi-speaking refugees were relocated to deserted military camps here from the newly constructed West Pakisthan. Even though they took shelter in Ulhasnagar with a dream of returning to their native land after some days, they had to live the rest of life in this land. Gradually they settled here by constructing homes and establishing business. According to the survey held in 2010, there are around 400,000 Sindhi Hindus are living in Ulhasnagar.

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