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.........
Being a Sindhi I am proud Jhulelal I chant around Whether or not .... .....with a prayerful sound Yet I choose to turn a blind eye To the other Sindhis all around There are those on the other shore For whom life's become a constant chore In misery and pain they breath For religion's sake … Continue reading Being Sindhi (2)
A story of holding on to the religious beliefs and the religion one is born into. Is it good to convert into another religion?
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)
An account of a visit to the widows of Vrindavan and Mumbai and how it materialized in the sevas.
KHORAK A Sindhi Sweet Delight By Monica Gokaldas ORIGIN: Khorak is a Sindhi delicacy. This comes in various recipes as per family lineage of people having a belonging from different parts of Sindh. The recipes are passed down through generations from mother to daughter hence one may find variants such as usage of Jaggery … Continue reading Khorak : a Sindhi sweet
Within the heart of each Sindhi there is a root of the separated land Sindh. The belonging is shattered as post partition the Sindhis are still without a territory that they can call their own in the free India.
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.
The Sindhi community in Nairobi celebrated Navratri at Ram Mandir. A news report published in the Asian Weekly.