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Bhittai in India

With only 5 remaining Waai singers in the country, the form based on the poetry of Sufi Saint Shah Abdul…

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Bhittai in India

[Travelling into the stark deserts of Kutch, I Saw Myself by Shabnam Virmani and Vipul Rikhi explores the contemporary presence…

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Saamundi – creating empathy through theater art

The theater has the implications to critically rethink the 18th century cultural history, heritage, and folklore tradition of Shah Abdul…

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Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai…. Poet of Nature and Human Behavior

The description of natural beauty with special focus on human behavior goes on and on throughout the poetry of Latif.…

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My Sindhi Identity: Cloth and Culture

When I made my first visit to Pakistan I was welcomed with Sindhi Ajrak, bestowed upon me with other embroidered…

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Fragrant Thoughts – Philosophy of Life

All the poets of world have reflected on different themes and concepts and provided a unique presentation of the thought.…

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The Message of Jog Journey in the Poetry of Ghullam Muhammad Janjhi

Sindhi tassawuf does not motivate people to shun society. However, it teaches to observe hardships of life through the internal…

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Shah Bhittai of Sindh’s Waai Echoes in India

Meet the unwavering devotion of Waai singers. With only 5 remaining Waai singers in the country, the form based on…

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Sohni treats seabed as knee deep water

Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai has presented Sohni as fearless character that beholds with un-frightened eyes to all of the horrors…

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