Languages

SINDHI LANGUAGE: MYSTIFYING PAST . . . . . BAFFLING FUTURE!

The origin of Sindhi language had been an unfathomable mystery inundated by the contrasting views of historians, scholars and archeologists…

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Loss of Language: Working with Yiddish, I saw my own family’s linguistic story reflected

As we grow farther away from the homelands our grandparents knew, language is becoming both an example of the casualties…

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Sindhis have strong feeling of belonging – Saaz Aggarwal

Most youngsters in Sindhi families do not speak their mother tongue, but can often understand it. There are many revival…

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Thari youth show outstanding results in Chinese language program

Children of local villagers in Thar Block-1 are being taught the Chinese language by qualified teachers under a long-term program…

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History of Punjabi Language & Gurmukhi Alphabet

Punjabi is one of India’s 22 official languages. It is spoken by over 100 million people worldwide. In Pakistan, the…

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What future does Urdu have in India…?

The lens of hatred are narrow, myopic and likely to bring to dust the greatest achievements of India’s scholars and…

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Sindhi Language Day celebrated with great enthusiasm in Vadodara

The men and women of Sindhi community danced to the tunes of Sindhi national songs. Sindh Courier Report Vadodara, India…

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Celebrating Sindhi Language Day

Like Community, Like Language: Seventy-Five Years of Sindhi in Post-Partition India By Arvind Iyengar and Sundri Parchani Since Partition, the…

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How Communalism Limits Urdu: From the Language of Hindustan to that of the Mussalman

As the Press Club of India celebrated 200 years of Urdu journalism, the plight of Urdu was brought to the…

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International Mother Languages Day: SALU Students present digital story on variation in Sindhi language

It’s prestigious to speak in one’s own language. But unfortunately, today’s generation is feeling shame in speaking their own language…

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