Nawabshah  is a tehsil and headquarters of the Shaheed Benazirabad District of Sindh province, Pakistan. This city is situated in the middle of Sindh province. It is the 27th largest city in Pakistan. Nawabshah Tehsil (formerly known as Nasrat Tehsil from 1907 to 1909) was established in 1907 by the British government. The tehsil was a part of Hyderabad district (1907 – 1912). On 1 November 1912, Nawabshah was upgraded to a district status of Sind Division.In 1909, Syed Nawab Ali Shah donated 200 acres of land to British government for construction of a town railway station and 60 acres of land for construction of buildings of district and taluka offices free of cost. To commemorate this, the British government then changed the name of Nasrat town to Nawabshah town.Nawabshah is called of the heart Of Sindh Province.

Named after Syed Nawab Shah who arrived here with his family in 1881. In 1912 he offered 200 acres of land on which to build a railway station here. In acknowledgement of his generosity the British changed the name of the city to Nawabshah. The district has fertile land and has many industries. The name of the district was renamed as District Shaheed Benazirabad in 2008. This article carries every detail about the district, including Nawabshah History. 79% of the population speaks Sindhi language and is considered the region’s first language. 8% of people speak Urdu, 7.8% speak Punjabi, and 1.7% speak Balochi. It is one of the hottest regions of Pakistan. The season of summer is hot and dry. The highest temperature in summer is 53 degrees centigrade while the lowest temperature in winter is 0-degree centigrade, and the average temperature is 3 to 5 degrees centigrade. Eid Gah, Nawabshah,Shrine of Hazrat Lucky Shah Sadar, Sehwan and Bodla Bahar Tomb, Sehwan. bshah is roughly the geographical center of Sindh province of Pakistan. By road it is 4 hours drive from the country’s commercial capital/largest city Karachi on the National Highway N-5, roughly 50 kilometers from left bank of River Indus. The central geographical location of the city makes it a major train and road transportation hub in the province.