SindhiLiterature

Sorrows of Sindh: The Sindhu River

O let Sindhu be safe and sound ever; and make Sindh’rri* fertile ever…… By Ayaz Gul     The Sindhu…

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Octogenarian poet and writer Bhagwan Nirdosh continues his literary journey

A book is a gift you can open it again and again    Bhagwan Nirdosh, a renowned Sindhi poet and writer,…

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The Hearth – Still Cool – A Short Story from India

Story of a young married poor woman, who, since childhood, had been bound in a cycle of labor, where she…

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Reception of Tagore in Sindhi Literature

Bengal cherishes the legacy of Chaitanya and Chandidas and Sindh carries the legacy of Shah Abul Latif, Sachal and Sami…

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With Different Name and Different Outlook

Shaikh Ayaz has presented the character of Dodo as a brave, committed and steadfast character By Noor Ahmed Janjhi There…

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“The moths, who forewent over the gleam of truth”

Sarmad Khoso’s second book “Sarrya Mathay Sach’a” consisting 27 essays in Sindhi launched Book review by Yasir Qazi “Sarrya Mathay…

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Hari Motwani – A phenomenon in Sindhi literature

Remembering the famous writer and journalist Hari Motwani who had hardly any formal education but had risen on the horizon…

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The wet eye is beyond all costs and prices

Chholi… A character in opera ‘Doday Jo Moat’ written by Shaikh Ayaz, which reflects the wisdom and inspiration By Noor…

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Maqsood Gul – The Rose of Garden of Letters

April 15 marks the 71st birth anniversary of Maqsood Gul (Sindhi poet, scholar, Educationist, journalist and translator) By Sapna Nusrat…

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Words Are Pearls, Full of Colors And Whiff

A brief study of Maqsood Gul’s poetry Homage to Maqsood Gul (Sindhi poet, scholar, Educationist, journalist and translator) on his…

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