Memoirs

A glance at the painful journey of Qazi Faiz Muhammad

I am frightened of “personality cult. Only the “nation’s personality” should be aggrandized. The thought of “Personality cult” in itself…

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The Life of a Sindhworki Wife – Part-III

Monica’s grandfather was the first in their family to go to Gibraltar. In those days, the men of their community…

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The Life of a Sindhworki Wife – Part-II

Monica’s grandfather was the first in their family to go to Gibraltar. In those days, the men of their community…

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The Life of a Sindhworki Wife – Part-I

Monica’s grandfather was the first in their family to go to Gibraltar. In those days, the men of their community…

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The 1947 Partition Archive: Survivors and their Memories

Pedro had moved to Karachi by the end of 19th century; his granddaughter Barbara Anne, born in Karachi in 1939,…

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From Lucknow to Larkana

Of the many houses abandoned by Sindhi Hindus, author’s grandfather liked this one haveli a lot and chose it as…

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A Childhood Erased

The school was founded in Murree in 1956. This year, after 65 years of service, the doors to the school…

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Holy Moments from an Unholy Disaster

On October 15th, 2010 armed with thirteen thousand dollars-worth of donated medical supplies and numerous bottles of vitamins, I boarded…

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Hope in a City – Shikarpur, Sindh

What goes into the demise of a city? How does a place once known as a banking capital with lush…

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When the Indus strayed from its course

“The soil of Sindh is the richest soil in India. It carries centuries of rich silt brought by Mother Sindhu,…

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