Book Review

‘Wall Paintings of Sindh’ – A Compendium of Visual Art

The book offers new areas of research such as what preparatory techniques were applied in wall paintings, what type of…

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Completing the Singapore Story?

The book sheds light on former Prime Minister Singapore Lee Kuan Yew’s scant tolerance for independent political journalism, as seen…

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Sindh: Stories from a Vanished Homeland

A tribute to a landless but brave and high-achieving people By Saaz Aggarwal In India, Sindhis are most often seen…

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Octogenarian poet and writer Bhagwan Nirdosh continues his literary journey

A book is a gift you can open it again and again    Bhagwan Nirdosh, a renowned Sindhi poet and writer,…

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“The moths, who forewent over the gleam of truth”

Sarmad Khoso’s second book “Sarrya Mathay Sach’a” consisting 27 essays in Sindhi launched Book review by Yasir Qazi “Sarrya Mathay…

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Policing Insurgency: The Hurs of Sindh

Aftab Nabi, former Inspector General of Sindh Police, in his book ‘Policing Insurgency: The Hurs of Sindh’ writes on colonial…

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Paintings on the Walls: The Impulse to Adorn

Panting on Walls or ‘Impulse to adorn – The art of the painted murals in western Sindh’ is a recently…

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Corona Tale: Pen war against the Pandemic

The book ‘Corona Tale’ is a Bangladeshi Family’s Pen War against the Pandemic. This book collates articles written by the…

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Memoirs of a Person Who Never Laughed at Sufferings

Autobiographical writings compel the authors to recall the forgotten faces and remember the ignored events. However, in either case writers…

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Mithi – Whispers In The Sand – A new book on Tharparkar

A new book on Thar Desert ‘Mithi – Whispers in the Sand’, authored by Salman Rashid has been published. The…

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