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Sarmad Kashani: The incredible story of the Persian Sufi Jewish saint

Born around 1590 to a Jewish merchant family in Kashan, Iran, Sarmad supposedly received a thorough Jewish education, but later…

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Remembering Ghullam Muhammad Janjhi – A leading poet and writer of Tharparkar

Ghullam Muhammad Janjhi passed away on 16 June 2010 and was laid to rest at his ancestral graveyard at village…

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A Bureaucrat who took refuge in Literature

His life was an open book, as he describes in his autobiography – Maan jo ee aahiyan, so ee aahiyan…

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From Sindh to Andalusia: The Life and Times of Sufi-Flamenco Star Aziz Balouch

Aziz Balouch, a young singer and Sufi devotee, went on to dedicate his life to the exploration of the deep…

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Griselda Al Tayib – The British-born anthropologist and artist, who devoted her life to Sudan

Griselda had moved to Sudan in the 1950s accompanying her husband Abdullah El Tayib. She published her research in 2017…

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R. D. Banerji – The Bengali archaeologist who discovered Mohen Jo Darro

Banerji had submitted a first report to Sir John Marshal on the discovery of Mohen Jo Darro in 1920 but…

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Meet Maia Sandu, President of Moldova, who flies economy class

President Sandu has been always economical with taxpayer’s money and has moved around without much publicity. Monitoring Desk She walks…

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Vasdev Mohi – One of the pioneers of modern Sindhi poetry

Mohi has more than 40 books to his credit which include his original work, translated as well as edited books.…

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Shaikh Ayaz: Voice of Sindh – III

Raza Naeem, a writer from Punjab describes Shaikh Ayaz as a revolutionary poet whose head was crowned with penalties. Land…

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Shaikh Ayaz: Voice of Sindh – II

Raza Naeem, a writer from Punjab describes Shaikh Ayaz as a revolutionary poet whose head was crowned with penalties. A…

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