Sindhis

Removed, Rehoused, Reborn

Sindhis popularized the idea of the cooperative housing complex, promoting collective ownership and building new neighborhoods. By Rachel Lopez Growing…

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Remembering Principal Pribhdas Gidwani

Pribhdas was a high academic achiever, fluent in English, Persian and French. He loved playing tennis, and he enjoyed reading…

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How Sindhi and other diaspora communities made fish of Konkan their own

In some diaspora communities, fish is also a subject of worship. The hilsa or the pallo is considered significant as…

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Partition Story: Issardas Jotumal Daswani’s family thought displacement was temporary

Daswani remembers the day his family boarded steamer in Karachi headed for Mumbai, as their friends bid them farewell. By…

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Discovering the heart of Sindh in Cox Town

The resilient community immersed itself in its new environment and soon became leading traders and merchants in the city. Aliyeh…

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Sita of Sindh – IV

Ūmar–Mārvī story seems to be a very productive and useful tool to build and strengthen Sindhī identity in India even…

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‘Malice towards One and All’

The Weekly editor had later softened the blow to Sindhi pride, acknowledging that they duly return the compliment, substituting Punjabis…

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Sita of Sindh – III

Ūmar–Mārvī story seems to be a very productive and useful tool to build and strengthen Sindhī identity in India even…

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Sītā of Sindh – II

Sindhī community in India builds and strengthens its identity by using both traditional and modern means of transmission. The process…

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Sītā of Sindh – I

Sindhī community in India builds and strengthens its identity by using both traditional and modern means of transmission. The process…

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