Sindhis

Nandu Asrani – Entrepreneur, Author, Writer, Film Maker

MY GRANDFATHER’S STORIES ABOUT HIS BUSINESS FAILURES AND SUCCESSES WERE WHAT INFLUENCED AND MOTIVATED ME TO KEEP GOING, SAYS NANDU…

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SCRIPT FOR SURVIVAL: THE CASE OF INDIAN SINDHI

The Devanagari script will give Indian Sindhi a renewed life and return it to the fold of Indo-Aryan languages, which…

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The New Sindhis

If the Sindhi stereotypes still prevail or if Sindhi curry and papad is all there is to know about the…

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An Intimate Glimpse into the Life of a Sindhi ‘British Asian Refugee’

Ram’s family endured the transition from citizen to refugee twice. Once as refugees when the Indian subcontinent was partitioned and…

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TARANDER BADAL – A Novel of Nostalgia

‘Tarandar Badal’ is the story of a Sindhi youth who had taken part in the freedom struggle movement, who was…

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The Role of Partition in Making Delhi What It Is Today

The bulk of the Sindhis, poor peasants and petty traders had just walked across from Karachi, Thatta, Tharparkar, Umarkot and…

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Sindhis Who Converted To Christianity

A book has been compiled by Deepak and Celia Mahtani in which nineteen Sindhis share how they came to place…

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Memories of Life in Sindh and the Migration to India

An Urdu speaker exhorted the Hindus to leave Sindh – “Yeh Mulk Hamara Hai, Hindu Chale Jao (This is our…

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Bound by the bindi

The bindi was never a cultural or religious part of Sindhi identity. Sindhi women in pre-Partition India did not wear…

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Manik Wadhwani, the twentieth-century Amil

Manik Wadhwani was born in Karachi in 1936. His grandfather, Hiranand, was the headmaster of the Municipal High School in…

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