Social and cultural history of Sind
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Social and cultural history of Sind based on the accounts of the European travellers who visited Sind by

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Published by Fiction House in Lahore .
Written in English


  • Sindh (Pakistan) -- Civilization.,
  • Sindh (Pakistan) -- Description and travel.

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Edition Notes

Statement[edited by] Mubarak Ali.
ContributionsKhan, Mubarak Ali.
LC ClassificationsDS392.S56 S63 2005
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 352 p. ;
Number of Pages352
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16272628M
LC Control Number2006334336

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We are delighted to present here the book “History of Sindh” written by Mr. Mohan Gehani, an eminent writer and scholar, after painstaking and tireless research over the years. He has referred to hundred of books on the subject and penned a short but well researched document of our glorious past in . Sindhi Sahitya Charitre - Kannaḍa language translation by Sumatheendra Nadig of History of Sindhi Literature by L. H. Ajwani. Sahitya Akademi, Rabindra Bhavan, New Delhi (). "Indo-Persian Literature in Sindh" in The Rise, Growth And Decline of Indo-Persian Literature by R. M. Chopra, Iran Culture House, New Delhi (). References. This book is a gem, filled with appreciation and a new sentiment for the culture of eighteenth-century literature and its readers. Williams explores the social side of reading as she states, “once we start to focus on the social lives of books, we begin to view them in different ways.”Cited by: 8. 9. Sind was one of the major home-grounds and cradle-grounds of Aryans when they left India in BC, and returned back to their home-town and heritage of Sind. The exploits and adventures of Aryans of Sind can fill a thousand volumes. Unfortunately, the way our history is written, they occupy only a tiny place in our national memory.

The description of Hiun Tsang, a Chinese historian, leaves no doubt that the social and economic restrictions inherent in the caste differentiations of Hindu society had however, gradually sapped the inner vitality of the social system and Sindh fell without much resistance before the Muslim armies.   Culture and Literature. Sindh is a repository of varied cultural values and has remained the seat of civilization and meeting point of diverse cultures from times immemorial. After Independence on Aug with the influx of Muslims from India, its culture has progressively assumed a . The culture, heritage, history and language have always remained very dear to the people of Sindh. In line with the aspirations of the people of the province and to protect the cultural heritage of Sindh, a “Culture Cell” was established in Education Department, in It was given status of an Administrative Department in   While there are many books on the history and culture of Sindh, however they either cater to a particular era or are an encyclopedic read. The monograph, on the other hand, allows a uniformed student of history or even an interested reader to quickly become aware of the various events that have developed the culture and people of Sindh to be.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Soomro, Faiz Mohammad. Cultural history of Sind. Karachi: National Book Foundation, (OCoLC)   Sindhi Culture History. The origin of the culture of Sindh goes to the far post. Archaeological study during the nineteenth and twentieth century has shown the origins of the religion, social interaction, culture, and religion of the Sindhi people: their farming methods, traditional crafts and arts, customs and beliefs, and some other aspects of social life, dating back to the established. At a recently-held two-day Sindh Folk Art Festival, for example, speakers reiterated that “creative cultural spaces in the form of celebrating progressive literature, folklore, art, oral history. (18)"World Decade for Cultural Development": An Article published in (19)"The Regions of Sindh, Baluchistan and Multan: The historical, social and economy setting." Article printed in the book "History of the Civilization of Central Asia", Volume IV, Multiple History series, UNESCO,