Sindhis Beyond Sindh

Sindh: Stories from a Vanished Homeland

Resettling in the faraway land, the Gulrajani family had nothing to prove that they owned land in Karachi, and as…

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Dr. Nandlal Tolani – One of the most extraordinary people

After a Bachelor’s Degree from the King George Institute of Agriculture, Sakrand Sindh, Nandlal left for Cornell University, USA but…

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Sheer Courage and Constant Effort

Story of life and struggle of a Sindhi lady Mohini Bhawnani and her journey from Karachi to Kolkata By Saaz Aggawal…

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The Irony of Being a Sindhi

While the angst of spending days and nights homeless and penniless, didn’t reach from their generation to ours, seven decades,…

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Sindhis – From Sharanarthi to Purusharthi

Tolaram’s Jeejal, Mother Sindh, was not limited to man-made boundaries and borders: “She is everywhere, I see Her, I perceive…

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Gulabrai Ramchand – First Sindhi Who Led Indian Cricket Team in 1950s

Gulabrai played 33 Tests in the 1950s, of which five of them were as Captain, scoring 1180 runs and taking…

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Sindh Gained – Sindh Lost

Tolaram died with a dream and asked his son many times, “You must fulfil my dream. Whenever you get the…

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Jairamdas Doulatram – A Sindhi who became the first Governor of Bihar after Independence of India

Jairamdas became a member of the Constituent Assembly of India in 1946 and, on August 15, 1947, he was appointed…

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Param Abichandani – A distinguished Journalist and Writer

Param Abichandani had a mind of research scholar; he served as editor of several magazines, authored five books and 300…

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Kaka Pribhdas Sakhawatrai Tolani – A Selfless Soul

With the vision of serving the humanity, Kaka Pribhdas founded Tolani Charitable Trust and established various educational institutions, hospitals and…

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