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Contemporary Sindhi Poetry: O my beloved!

O my beloved! You’re the book which I’ve stolen Away from the library of god Hence, my hidden sustained reading…

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Vasdev Mohi – One of the pioneers of modern Sindhi poetry

Mohi has more than 40 books to his credit which include his original work, translated as well as edited books.…

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Seeing The Wounds, The Dew Wept On Flowers

Maqsood Gul achieved a high position in literature as a poet and prose writer. He authored several books, 10 of…

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Partition Poetry in Sindhi

The pain of Partition is visible in Sindhi literature, but because of issues relating to language, script and translation, it…

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Sindhi poets advised to get their poetry translated into English

Emily Hauze, known as ‘Amriki Sindhiani’, who has visited Sindh 11 times and is translating Shah Jo Risalo in English,…

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Progressive Writer Sugan Ahuja remembered on his 100th birthday

Sugan Ahuja was greatly influenced and inspired by Socialist Marxist school of thought, and depicted the life of working class…

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Renowned Sindhi Poet and Story writer Vasdev Mohi passes away

Vasdev Mohi was an eminent Sindhi poet, translator, critic and short story writer. He enriched Sindhi poetry with clarity of…

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Contemporary Sindhi Poetry: Banished from the dreams

Banished from the dreams even can’t find refuge in thoughts, that’s why I’m wandering even in the valleys of imagination…

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Remembering Legendary Writer and Poet Dr. Moti Prakash

 Most of us have listened to a famous Sindh song ‘Andhyun Main Jot Jagaen Wara Sindhi’, written by Dr. Moti…

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Octogenarian poet Goverdhan Sharma hopeful of future of Sindhi language in India

Sindhi schools and colleges are closed. The atmosphere is not favorable, as even the newspapers and magazine have gone online…

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