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Pre-Aryan Civilization had No Personality Cult or Royal Tombs

The areas under the Indus-Sarasvati Civilization included from Iranian border to the West; Turkmenistan and Kashmir to the North; Delhi…

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Like here, like there

Today, the world has forgotten Bhittai’s “Like here, like there”, which points to the universality of human existence. K P…

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Mehran of Sindh and Iran

Mehran is a character in the Persian epic poem Shahnameh. The Shahnameh or Shahnama. ’’The Book of Kings” is a long…

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Hyderabad – The Paris of the Past

Like Athens, Rome, Paris, Istanbul, Baghdad, Damascus, Delhi, Cairo, London, Hyderabad Sindh also stands tall and proud with full force…

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Pakka Qilla Hyderabad: A Historical Monument in Dire Need of Renovation

The foundations of Pakka Qilla were laid in 1769 by Mian Ghulam Shah Kalhora, who ruled the region from 1757-1772.…

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From Mohenjo-Daro remains to folk tales: Virtual festival will take Sindhis back to Sindh

The new festival, being hosted by Sindhi Culture Foundation, will be held on September 4. BY SHRADHA SHAHANI “In August…

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Khwaja Khizr and River Cult in Medieval Sindh

The legend of Zinda Pir, which resembles strongly with the Kazaruni Sufis of Iran, originated as a water spirit to…

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From Gujarat in India to Gujrat in Pakistan

Some names have withstood uneasy decades since partition, standing out like little beacons of oneness in a landscape fraught with…

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Discovering Sindhi Heritage in a Sufi City

The city Bhitshah’s name is a compound of two words: ‘Bhit’ is a Sindhi word for ‘mound’ which refers to…

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Heritage of Sindh: 168-Year Old Teachers’ Training College Hyderabad

The college also published a regular magazine titled ‘Akhbaar-e-Taaleem’ for over a century from 1902 to 2011.  By Yasir Qazi…

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