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It has long been noted for its embroideries, precious-metal goods, and cutlery.raditional glass bangles, hand glaced pottery called "Kashi", lackerd wooden furniture called "Jhandi" and most famous cloth "Ajrak", "Susi" and "Khadhi".It is an important commercial center for the millet, rice, wheat, cotton, and fruit that are grown in the surrounding region.It now has industries in food processing, textiles, hosiery, cement, cigarettes, glass, soap, paper, leather goods, plastics, motion picture studios, metal, Embroideries, lacquer ware, and jewelry.
Hyderabad district is a vast fertile alluvial plain, excepting the hilly region of Hyderabad city, extending along the east bank of the Indus. Cultivation is dependent upon canal irrigation. Millet, jowar (sorghum), rice, wheat, cotton, oilseeds, and mangoes are the chief crops. Cottage handicrafts include leatherwork, glazed pottery and tiles, lacquerware and Susi (striped cotton cloth) from Hala (north of Hyderabad city), khes (cotton blankets), susis and anguchahs (cotton cloth) from Nasirpur (northeast of Hyderabad). Historic sites include Bhit Shah (6 km east of Hala), containing the tomb of Shah 'Abd-ul-Latif (d. 1753), the poet and Sufi saint, and an ancient Buddhist stupa.


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