The Sindhi Experience - Happy Being a Sindhi

The Sindhi Experience: Happy Being a Sindhi

‘The Sindhi Experience: Happy Being a Sindhi’ is not just a blog of routine nature but an important chapter of history, wherein the writer shares his memoirs of 1960s-70s in India – Sindhi schools, Sindhi literature, meetings with literary figures and intellectuals like Ram Punjwani, Hashu Kewalramani,  Mohan Kalpana, Utam and Sundri and others. He […]

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Annemarie Schimmel-1

Annemarie Schimmel – Who Loved Sindh and its Culture

  Being a lover of Sindh and Sindhi Culture, Annemarie Schimmel rendered valuable services for it. “Pearls from The Indus” is a good example in this regard. She was a multilingual scholar knowing German, English, Turkish, Arabic, Persian, Urdu, Sindhi and other languages. Schimmel had worked on classical poetry of Sindhi poets and visited all […]

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Dad Ram Panjwani

Dada Ram Panjwani – who kept Sindhi language and culture alive in India

Homage to Prof. Dada Ram Panjwani – a legend in his life time – one of the greatest Sindhis, the Cultural Ambassador of Sindhis, who was responsible, perhaps more than any other Sindhi for keeping the language and culture alive in India Shri Ram Prataprai Panjwani was born on 20th November 1911 at Larkana in […]

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Sindhi Language and its history

Research: Sindhi language and its history

Sindhi language has evolved over a period of two millennia with many waves of invasions by Greeks, Arabs, Turks, Mughals and so on. Sindh, on the north west of undivided India, had always been the first to bear the onslaught of the never-ending invaders, and as such absorbed Hindi, Persian, Arabic, Turkish, English and even […]

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