Welcome to Matiari, a quaint little city located in the heart of Sindh, Pakistan. Known for its friendly population, delicious ice-cream and Ajrak, and its beautiful handicrafts, Matiari is a must-visit destination for anyone looking for an authentic Pakistani experience.

Located just 30 km north of Hyderabad on the N-5 National Highway, Matiari is easily accessible by car or bus. Once you arrive, you’ll find yourself surrounded by lush green fields and friendly locals who are eager to show you around.

Matiari is also the district headquarters for Matiari District, which includes three talukas: Matiari, Hala, and Saeedabad. Each taluka has its own unique charm and attractions, from the handmade Ajrak and Kashi in Hala to the historic Dargahs of Pir Sayed Sakhi Hashim Shah Badshah, Hazrat Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai, Makhdoom Sarwar Nooh, and Sardar Ahmed Shah Lakiari in Matiari.

The origin of the name Matiari is rooted in local legend. According to the story, a pious man who was devoted to the worship of God used to serve water to travelers who came by. He kept a pitcher full of water for this purpose, and the village became known as Mat Waru Goth or The Village of the Pitcher. Later, the village was renamed Matyari, which means friendship with earthen water pots.

Whether you’re here for the beautiful handicrafts, the delicious food, or the friendly people, Matiari is a destination that you won’t soon forget. Come and experience the beauty and charm of this hidden gem for yourself.

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