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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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Progressive Writer Sugan Ahuja remembered on his 100th birthday

Sugan Ahuja was greatly influenced and inspired by Socialist Marxist school of thought, and depicted the life of working class…

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Rebel Poet Kazi Nazrul Islam came under communist influence during stay in Karachi

In Karachi, the Rebel Poet penned many of his celebrated works; renowned lawyer A. K. Brohi had established Nazrul Islam…

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Prof. Dr. Muhammad Masood Ahmed – The Founding Principal of Govt. Degree College Mithi

Dr. Masood was appointed as Principal of the college in Mithi in 1974 where he served till 1977. By Noor…

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Salma Bhutto – A Versatile Writer and Poet

Hailing from remote town of Gambat and currently based in Karachi, Salma has gained vast experience as creative content writer,…

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Diwan Chunilal Harani – A Great Visionary and Social Reformer of Tharparkar

A great scholar, Diwan Chunilal understood the role of education in empowerment and alleviation of poverty. Owing to his efforts,…

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Bhagat Khemchand Asnani – A Legend of Tharparkar

Khemchand Asnani was a scholar, philosopher, social reformer, poet and dramatist, who spent his entire life to promote education and…

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Swami Anand Krishna – Sindhi Sufi of Indonesia

Having 180 plus books to his credit, Anand Krishna believes in interfaith harmony and peace and has inspired millions of…

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Valiram Vallabh – A diamond carved at the foothills of Gadhi Bhit of Thar

Valiram Vallabh, beside Sindhi and Urdu, knows Sanskrit, Dhatki, Gujarati and Punjabi languages. He has written and translated dozens of…

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Comrade Rochiram – A jewel from the sand dunes of Thar

Currently settled in Karachi, Dada Rochiram had been a lawyer and part of many movements of the subcontinent especially for…

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