Sibi is a district in the Balochistan province of Pakistan.The main mountain ranges are Zen, Bambore and Dungan. The climatic and topography of Sibi District is quite varied compared to other districts of Balochistan. It is also known as the “Hot spot” of Pakistan where the temperatures in the summer exceed 52.6 °C (126.7 °F). Until 2013 the district had two sub-divisions, Sibi and Lehri, further organized into Tehsils and sub-tehsils: Sibi, Lehri, Kutmandi and Sangan. Lehri was rejoined with Sibi district in 2018.Sibi is famous for its pickles and sauces of different kinds. People must purchase pickle whenever visit the Sibi City. Fort of Mir Chakar was built by Mir Chakar Khan Rind in 15th century. Fort is located in the outskirts of Sibi city. Sibi is often referred to as the “Hot spot” of Pakistan as temperatures during the summer can reach up to 52.6 °C (126.7 °F).

Historically, Sibi was a dependency of Multan and was part of the Ghaznavid Empire ruled by Nasiruddin Kubacha until the end of the 15th century. Around 1500, it was taken by Shah Beg of the Arghun Dynasty from Samma Dynasty of Sindh and came under the control of Kandahara. The economy of Sibi district is predominantly agrarian. The major crops grown in the district include wheat, barley, rice, maize, and pulses. The district is also known for its date palm orchards, which produce high-quality dates. Livestock farming is also an important source of income for the people of the district. Sibi district has several tourist attractions, including the Sibi Mela, which is held every year in February. The Sibi Mela is one of the largest cultural and agricultural fairs in Pakistan and attracts thousands of visitors from all over the country. The district is also home to several historical sites, including the Sibi Fort, which was built during the British era, and the Rani Kot Fort, which dates back to the 17th century.