Sindhis Beyond Sindh

American author Veera Hiranandani – Blend of Sindhi and Jewish Cultures

Veera’s grandfather was doctor in Mirpur Khas Sindh. Her father was nine when they had to leave their home several…

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‘Sindhi Tapestry’: Sindhis are not like snakes, they are like spiders

How an anthology of works by 60 Sindhi writers from around the world came to life Saaz Aggarwal explains how…

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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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My Ordinary Life: Seventy Years and Five Continents –Part-IV

My father, my grandfather and my great-grandfather spent their entire working lives in the Dutch East Indies, as Indonesia was…

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My Ordinary Life: Seventy Years and Five Continents –Part-III

My father, my grandfather and my great-grandfather spent their entire working lives in the Dutch East Indies, as Indonesia was…

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My Ordinary Life: Seventy Years and Five Continents –Part-II

My father, my grandfather and my great-grandfather spent their entire working lives in the Dutch East Indies, as Indonesia was…

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My Ordinary Life: Seventy Years and Five Continents –Part-I

My father, my grandfather and my great-grandfather spent their entire working lives in the Dutch East Indies, as Indonesia was…

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Kartar’s story: Muhajir’s protected us

Hailing from Taib village of Larkana Sindh, the Jaisinghani family was in Karachi for holidays when the partition took place…

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After Partition, Trust was the Biggest Loss in Sindh

An excerpt from Unbordered Memories: Sindhi Stories of Partition – edited and translated by Rita Kothari. Introduction by Rita Kothari…

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Remembering Dada Kirat Babani on his 100th Birthday

When the flames of WW-I were just weakening and fight for independence was simmering, a nondescript village Moro Lakho of…

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