This is not in any way effort to write Biography, but definitely I am fond of reading and writing.
I took the opportunity to divert my mind in this Pandemic of Covid-19 and in free time I started writing my memories and also liked to share my some old posts on social media.
My memories shared in this document do not contain anything related to my office position and my social memories. This is broadly regarding the issues which any one may like to read.
Some details of my grandparents are given so that my children may read some times in future to know about their ancestors.
The contain in this document also contain some names , I think the reference given does not hurts their sentiments.
Since ancient times, Hindus in India have remained divided into castes like Khatris, Lohanas etc. Castes actually denote the original professions followed by the families in which people were born. Those who migrated to Sind from various corners also belonged to different castes some of them were followers of Sikhism. Thus many different faiths, castes and cultures gathered in Sind. That is why we Amils have no single caste and are casteless. Those migrants who acquired education and became scholars were called as "Alim" or "Vidyawan". Those that after getting education put the education into action (the word for action being "amal") were called "Amils" And those Hindus that entered the Government service were alled "Amils" and "Diwans".
From written sources collected by an eminent author (Bherumal Meharchand) in 1919, from newspapers, historical publications, personal interviews, it was found that most of the Amils then residing in Sind had come from nearby Multan and Unch in Punjab. A few Amils were Khatri Lohana, which are warriors by caste who embraced Sikhism while in Punjab. They migrated to Sind after Hindus came under persecution and evil influence when Aurangzeb became emperor.
Such persecutions and evil influence usually forces victimized people to flee the place of their residence. Many consider this as one of the major reasons for migration from Punjab and other places to Sind which was ruled by Talpurs also.
It may not be necessary that the ancestors of present day Amils migrated only because of Aurangzeb's persecution. This may have been the initial cause of migration to Sind that probably commenced from 1670. Thereafter some people went to Sind for the sake of service with Sind rulers or for business and settled down there. In the case of some it is certain that they went to Sind for the sake of service only.