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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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Teejri and Thadri – The Sindhi Festivals

Teejri is to Sindhis what Karva Chauth is to Punjabis. The festival is observed by women to pray for the…

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Sindhi women of Agra celebrate Bahrana Sahib Festival

Sindhi Bhajans and popular songs were sung by Gurumukhdas, Deepak, Lalita Karamchandani and Anjali Khushhalani at the festival organized by…

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A long-ago place and time where women were treated, unexpectedly, as people

Madhuri Sheth told me is that when she was little, her father, Udharam Gurnani, had friends who were women from…

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Amina Sa’id – The Egyptian Women Rights Champion Who Visited Hyderabad Sindh in 1945

The All India Women Conference, hosted by Sindhi women, was participated by over 550 women from across India and delegates…

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Pioneering Woman Entrepreneurship

With just simple culinary skills, sewing ability, and a strong spirit, the Sindhi women began using these capabilities to surmount…

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Women of Sindh have the potential to counter pollution problem

Potential alternative is available if the government, concerned departments and non-governmental entities join hands to explore, promote and adopt these…

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Sindhi Women in the field of Literature

We all know that the entire earth is firmly fixed on two powerful pillars of the two genders i.e. —…

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Papads, pickles and Partition: A Sindhi reminiscence

After partition and migration, many of Sindhi enterprising women made and sold papads and pickles to keep the kitchen fires…

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Partition Displaced Millions. For Hindu Sindhis, Food Replaced Home

Sindhi women creatively found ways to make money from their skills and labor that was often focused in the domestic…

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