Khorak: A Sindhi delicacy An ensemble of well measured clarified butter, wheat flour, almonds, cashews, walnuts, pistachios, sugar and a few traditional spices such as cilantro seeds, cardamom seeds etc cooked to a rich brown firm cake. A traditional sweet that has seen many childhoods nourish and many post partum women gain strength. It is … Continue reading Khorak: a nourishing sweet
Flood victims in Tando Allahyar, Sindh, Pakistan The disaster weighs heavy! For which crime they pay levy? Their houses washed away, And fields destroyed totally! They pray for mercy, Water Gods poured heavy! Jhulelal Saeein has to come, in manifestation of you and me! Wake up O’ sleeping folks, Share a dime, to help out … Continue reading Sindh Floods!
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
Sindhi Sakhi Group celebrating Teejri 2022
Meera had tried her best to maintain the family traditions as taught to her by Parvati over the years and after nearly 40 years she was nothing short of a pro of family customs and traditions and in a little less than 10 years of her own son’s wedded life had started passing on some of these traditions on to her own daughter in law Komal.
A floral depiction of Bhagwan Ganesh at a Sindhi Hindu Wedding Altar in Dubai. The Divine manifestation takes form, With an elephant head on human form. He bestows auspiciousness with a charm, Blesses each occasion with prayer perform. Adding goodness and sanctity to the events, From all harm ’Vighna harta’ prevents. Be it a child … Continue reading Ganesh!
The preparations and ceremonies leading up to a Sindhi Wedding as experienced depict a vast array of culture and traditions and how they change with time.........