Sufism

Fanna -Fi-Allah

Fanna- Fi -Allah is a Canadian- American group which plays Qawwali, a well-known form of Sufi devotional music played in…

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Tracing the roots of Sufi culture

Boivin’s main working language is Sindhi which he learnt at the University of Sindh. He also works in Arabic, Persian,…

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Power Is the Pir’s in Sindh Province

In the Karachi interview, the Pir was asked about Gen. Zia. Personally, the Pir said, he did not much care…

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Sindhis are Sufi by Nature: Sufism as a Marker of Identity in Sindh – Part-V

What now needs to be better understood is the plurality of meanings and understandings of Sufism that have permitted this…

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Sindhis are Sufi by Nature: Sufism as a Marker of Identity in Sindh – Part-IV

Fighting against religious extremism thus stands as one of the priorities of Sindhi nationalist groups. By Julien Levesque The growth…

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Sindhis are Sufi by Nature: Sufism as a Marker of Identity in Sindh – Part-III

Sindhis systematically equate Sufism with secularism and universalism, echoing G. M. Sayed’s conception of mysticism. By Julien Levesque Sufism and…

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Sindhis are Sufi by Nature: Sufism as a Marker of Identity in Sindh – Part-II

It tends to highlight the central role of mausoleums in the religious practice of both Hindu and Muslim Sindhis, while…

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Sindhis are Sufi by Nature: Sufism as a Marker of Identity in Sindh – Part-I

The major thinker behind Sindhi nationalism, G. M. Sayed, whose work gave theoretical grounding to a vision of Sindh as…

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