Village Syed Matto Shah, also called Saeed Matto, is located in union council Saeed Matto, tehsil Bulri Shah Karim, district Tando Muhammad Khan, Sindh. Due to its historical background, the village is the centre of cultural and financial activities in the surrounding area.
Before independence of Pakistan in 1947, it was populated by Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs. After the independence , the minority Hindus and Sikhs migrated to India while the Muslims refugees from India settled down in Syed Matto Shah.
The existing population includes Muslim and Hindu tribes, including Kolhis, Sathias and Siddis (also Qambranis or Sheedis).