Anthropology

Ongar – The Paleolithic Site remains devastated for half a century

No any national and international has taken efforts to preserve the site as the illegal limestone quarrying continues unabated  …

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The Role of Partition in Making Delhi What It Is Today

The bulk of the Sindhis, poor peasants and petty traders had just walked across from Karachi, Thatta, Tharparkar, Umarkot and…

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Life of a Street Hawker

A street vendor makes a significant contribution to society, as he delivers the goods door to door. By Hira Sahito|…

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Tombs, Tales and Battles of Garhi Yasin

It is said that both forces fought near Lakhi and eventually the Afghan forces were defeated by the Sindhi army.…

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Creativity is a Process, not an Event

Creative thinking involves taking what already exists and putting it together in a new way By Rubab Shaikh | Qudsia…

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Anti-Colonial Activists, Mosques and Mystics Of Amrot Sharif

The shrine of Maulana Taj Mahmood Amroti is frequented by many people, who come from different districts of Sindh, Balochistan…

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Khojas and Memons: Descendants of the Lohanas

The Lohanas trace their roots in history right up to the emergence of Aryans, making theirs the oldest surviving community…

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Being Memon, Expressing Life in Kutchi

It is not recognized locally let alone at a state level; never will I be asked to fill out forms…

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Firepower and Regular Pay: How British Arms Overwhelmed Talpur Warriors

Payment to soldiers changed many hands – from the Mir’s Munshi to the Sardars and then to family heads and…

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Indus Chronicles in Sukkur

The stories associated with Sadh Belo temple are stories of the river itself. Sadh Belo on the Indus is an…

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