Thadri is a festival celebrated by the Sindhi community world over. The festival is also called Vadi Sattain by some. Some other Hindu communities celebrate the festival on the same day by various other names such as Saatam. The festival is in reverence of the Goddess of cooling known as Sheetla Mata. The Sindhis prepare … Continue reading Thadri 2022
Wonder what happened The sanskaras went into hiding A proud Sindhi I am for sure In this world strangely obscure Some traditions became so by practice As culture was passed on to the offspring Why then are we risking that rich culture? Following varied cultures, forget not yours Live through your own language, forget it … Continue reading Being Sindhi (1)
Sindhi Welfare Society honored the nobility of an exponent of Bhagwad Geeta in the form of Swami Swaroopananda of Chinmaya Mission in Nairobi.
The festivites and prayers that go along to make a festival stand out is the auspiciousness practiced communally......
The Hindu Sindhi Women celebration of the festival of Teejri in Nairobi. They fast, they pray, they have fun together.
SSDS Kenyan Journey : centenary celebrations 1917-2017. A story of a journey through the years with this Hindu temple and its significance on a life.
The Hindu Sindhis celebrate Cheti Chand as their New year. Since the partition of India only a fraction of Sindhis remained in Sindh territory which came under Pakistan. Thousands of Sindhi families that were forced to abandon their abode during the partition of the country migrated to India and various other parts of the world. Since there is no state that belongs to this growing community, they are recognized as world citizens and have adapted themselves to respective cultures and continents. The uniting factor is their culture that marks Cheti Chand as their day of identity.