Literature

Saeen GM Syed’s Birth Day – Sindh’s Bibliophile Day

Ban imposed by Sindh Govt. fired back and a campaign initiated – ‘let us go to Sann’, ‘Stop, if you…

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History of Sindhi Literature

[Culturopedia is an Encyclopedia of India’s Art and Culture, its Heritage and Customs & Traditions. According to this encyclopedia, there…

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Mohan Rakesh Guglani – The towering personality of modern Hindi literature

Mohan Rakesh Guglani was born in Amritsar on January 8, 1925; His father was a lawyer who had migrated from…

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The Last Call to Beloved Daughter – A Short Story

“It was last call to her beloved daughter, as the next day in the morning he switched on the television…

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African author speaks about miserable aspects of life and society

Seydou says, “I evoke many themes in my books including illegal immigration, global warming, prostitution, pregnancies in schools, corruption…” Stefania…

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After Partition, Trust was the Biggest Loss in Sindh

An excerpt from Unbordered Memories: Sindhi Stories of Partition – edited and translated by Rita Kothari. Introduction by Rita Kothari…

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Sindhi Short Story Genre

Sindhi short story has reached a stage where I feel that after the climax, an anticlimax and a fall has…

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Sindh – Random Thoughts

Darkness of Silence Rainbow of Tears Each day a Toast Of Pain! Hurt! Betrayal!   RANDOM THOUGHTS Sindh  Darkness of…

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Impact of Perso-Arabic Script on development of Sindhi Prose

Before Perso-Arabic, numerous scripts such as Devanagari, Khudabadi, Laṇḍā, Gurmukhi etc. were used by different sections of the population. Prior…

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A small glimpse of Sindh in 1930

Excerpt from the memoirs of MH Panhwar (192-2007), who specialized in groundwater development, earthmoving, agricultural machinery, water logging, salinity control…

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