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A Sindhi organization of Vadodara organizes Annual Cultural program on Nov 21

Sant Kanwar Ram’s great grandson Rajesh Lal and other prominent personalities will be the main guests. Renowned singer Lata Bhagtani…

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U.S. Consul General renews MoU for Lincoln Corners with Sindh Culture Ministry

Lincoln Corners are partnerships between the United States and Pakistani public libraries, universities, and community centers.    Karachi U.S. Consul…

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How Communities from Different Regions Flourished In India

The story of Sindhis post India’s partition in 1947 is one of determination, a strong sense of community, and a…

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Promotion of Sindhi Language linked to Green Card!

Keeping the promotion of our language in mind, what the parents need to do is that at the end of…

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The Riveting History of an Indo-Pak Family in Which Women Bridge Cultures

Pakistan for me has never been a forbidden word because I have always had family on the other side of…

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Teejri and Thadri – The Sindhi Festivals

Teejri is to Sindhis what Karva Chauth is to Punjabis. The festival is observed by women to pray for the…

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Rejoicing birth of life on community level in Sindh

This custom is followed in the community from its fathers and grandfathers time. In this celebration, the family of the…

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Sri Ramakrishna and Sadhu Hiranand: Interface of Bengali and Sindhi Culture

Like the great Sindhu River having a long cultural history behind it, Bengal too had the sacred river Ganga, entering…

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Reserve Bank of India Sindhi Sabha organizes reunion after 3-year long Covid-19 period

Sindhi Sabha had invited world famous singers Vijay Wadhwa and Neha Udassi to entertain members. The organization is oldest one…

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Ajrak: A symbol of Sindhi culture and tradition

Ajrak is literally used from the cradle to the grave. It is used as a hammock for infants, headgear for…

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