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Sindhipedia is a free to access online encyclopedia supported and hosted by The Education Foundation. It was founded by Zulfiqar Ali Bhatti. Anyone from anywhere who visits Sindhipedia can edit content and contribute articles in the interest of the common folk.

Sindhipedia is designed for the general reader and is available online and is free to all people with internet access. Sindhipedia is an ever-expanding body of knowledge that currently contains thousands of carefully selected articles. Sindhipedia is not written by anonymous volunteers but anyone who wishes to write for Sindhipedia shows his identity so that the content can be made as authenticated as possible. who write without pay. Anyone with Internet access can write and make changes to Sindhipedia articles, in order to prevent disruption or vandalism the change and the edit even the entry will be sent to the admin for the approval. After the necessary revision the edit or change will be made or the new entry will be included in Sindhipedia.

People of all ages, cultures and backgrounds can add or edit article prose, references, images and other media here. What is contributed is more important than the expertise or qualifications of the contributor. What will remain depends upon whether the content is free of copyright restrictions and contentious material about living people, and whether it fits within Sindhipedia's policies, including being verifiable against a published reliable source, thereby excluding editors' opinions and beliefs and unreviewed research. Contributions cannot damage Wikipedia because the software allows easy reversal of mistakes and many experienced editors are watching to help ensure that edits are cumulative improvements

Sindhipedia is a live collaboration differing from paper-based reference sources in important ways. Unlike printed encyclopedias, Sindhipedia is continually created and updated, with articles on historic events appearing within minutes, rather than months or years. Older articles tend to be more comprehensive and balanced; newer articles may contain misinformation and/or unencyclopedic content. Any article may contain undetected vandalism. Awareness of this helps the reader to obtain valid information and avoid recently added misinformation