Sindh Studies

The Notani Dynasty of Bhiria, Sindh

The Notanis were Anbardars or the Revenue Collectors of Talpur rulers of Sindh. They had also agriculture lands in Jati,…

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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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Preventing the Spread of Extremism by Understanding Sindhi Rural Society

Rural Sindh – which was long known for its diversity and progressiveness – is increasingly becoming more violent, intolerant, and…

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Beyond Success or Failure: Sindhi Nationalism and the Social Construction of the “Idea of Sindh” – VII

The movement has not been examined for itself but only from the vantage point of its success or failure. The…

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Beyond Success or Failure: Sindhi Nationalism and the Social Construction of the “Idea of Sindh” – VI

The movement has not been examined for itself but only from the vantage point of its success or failure. The…

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Beyond Success or Failure: Sindhi Nationalism and the Social Construction of the “Idea of Sindh” – V

The movement has not been examined for itself but only from the vantage point of its success or failure. The…

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Beyond Success or Failure: Sindhi Nationalism and the Social Construction of the “Idea of Sindh” – Part-IV

The movement has not been examined for itself but only from the vantage point of its success or failure. The…

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Beyond Success or Failure: Sindhi Nationalism and the Social Construction of the “Idea of Sindh” – Part-III

The movement has not been examined for itself but only from the vantage point of its success or failure. The…

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Beyond Success or Failure: Sindhi Nationalism and the Social Construction of the “Idea of Sindh” – II

The movement has not been examined for itself but only from the vantage point of its success or failure. The…

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Beyond Success or Failure: Sindhi Nationalism and the Social Construction of the “Idea of Sindh” – Part-I

The movement has not been examined for itself but only from the vantage point of its success or failure. The…

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