Art and Culture

Remembering Master Chander, the Legendary Singer

After the partition, Master Chander, accompanied by one of his sons, visited motherland Sindh and also traveled in train to…

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Reviving Sindhi culture in Sindh and beyond

It was 2009 when a Pakistani TV anchor made demeaning remarks, and it invited an ocean of reaction and Sindhi…

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Ustad Muhammad Juman – Unsung Hero of Sindhi Music World

Ustad Juman was the only Sindhi Singer who could sing any tune with different variations and use of taals. As…

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Representations Of The Romance Of Suhni And Mehar In Sindhi Tombs

We find them depicted in five common types of scenes in Kalhora and Talpur era tombs. Zulfiqar Ali Kalhoro  Like…

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First ever Thar Festival organized at Sindh Agriculture University

Sindh govt. urged to invest in domestic and agro-based industries for development of Thar and Thari people Sindh Courier Report…

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Happy Sindhi Sarangi Day

Rajesh Kumar Parasramani, a Sarangi Player based in Bilaspur India, who pioneered Sindhu Gharana and developed his own Sarangi, had…

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June 27 set to observe World Sindhi Sarangi Day

Rajesh has also introduced Electronic Version of Sindhi Sarangi to make it affordable for Sarangi-lovers; his research paper on Sindhi…

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Rajesh Kumar Parasramani establishes ‘Sindhu Gharana’ to promote Sindhi Sarangi

Rajesh intends to hold Sindhi Sarangi Workshops and such other programs in India Sindh Courier Report Rajesh Kumar Parasramani, a…

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4 Unused shops turned into a beautiful Public Library in Tando Jam

Over 1200 books and cultural paintings placed in library having seating capacity of 22    Tando Jam: Shortly after establishing…

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The Partition Divided Cultures and Legacies — Can Artwork Unite?

The matter of fact is that the word “Hind” came from ‘Sindh” itself, because Persians cannot pronounce “S” in their…

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