Sindhis Beyond Sindh

Removed, Rehoused, Reborn

Sindhis popularized the idea of the cooperative housing complex, promoting collective ownership and building new neighborhoods. By Rachel Lopez Growing…

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Dilipkumar V. Lakhi – Humility Thy Second Name

Dilipkumar Lakhi is the CEO of Lakhi Group. Lakhi group has grown to become the largest manufacturer of cut and…

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Safaraaz Sindhi a big name in the South African Advertising Sector

Safaraaz Sindhi, known as Saf Sindhi started his career in 2010 and since then has honed his skills and garnered…

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Remembering Principal Pribhdas Gidwani

Pribhdas was a high academic achiever, fluent in English, Persian and French. He loved playing tennis, and he enjoyed reading…

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Loss of Language: Working with Yiddish, I saw my own family’s linguistic story reflected

As we grow farther away from the homelands our grandparents knew, language is becoming both an example of the casualties…

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Some spaces which nurture feminism

Chando believed that even if he didn’t agree with what his wife was doing, he would fully back her right…

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Partition Story: Issardas Jotumal Daswani’s family thought displacement was temporary

Daswani remembers the day his family boarded steamer in Karachi headed for Mumbai, as their friends bid them farewell. By…

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Sindhi refugees turned Pimpri into their home and then a trading hub

The Partition brought with it untold stories of human misery as families had to leave their ancestral lands. The young…

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Partition Story: Dayanand Mandhan’s journey from Kamu Shaheed to Bilaspur

“My mother was very daring; she used to ride horses and swim in the canal. She never bothered about what…

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Discovering the heart of Sindh in Cox Town

The resilient community immersed itself in its new environment and soon became leading traders and merchants in the city. Aliyeh…

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