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By Motilal Jotwani

ISBN-10: 8185190119

ISBN-13: 9788185190112

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Also, seeNaon Chach Naamo. CHAINANI, RUKMANI SUNDER (b. 1930), short story writer, poet and researcher. Her book� Moonkhe Chandu Khape (1993) and Sindhi Novel mein Istree (1990) are quite well-known. The former describes in­ cidents and characters in the daily life and the latteris a good study ofwoman in the Sindhi novel. ). chang, a three-metalstrip mouth-organ, which is accompanied with the sing­ ing of folk poetry. ). S upposed fo be a Who's Who of the people who actively partici­ pated in the struggle for freedom, it valuably justifies its title in its third part in which biographies of six mar­ tyrs- Harchandrai Vishindas, Datta­ tre ya, Menghraj.

Deewaan ( 189 1)) includes mukham­ experiences and collective story of Brahma-vihara, an ideal way of liv­ Sindh for their political rights. e states: friendli­ hemistichs each, besides the ones full ence. Natural.. ness, compassion, joy and ·indiffer­ Brahmo Samaj. v:) in 1875. ofhumourand satire. See Kareemaa Burton, Richard F. ( 1 82 1 -90), a dis­ tinguished scholar and explorer, pro­ duced more than fifty works, mostly Buddha-Darshan, ap introductory book travelogues, including Sind and the Races that Inhibit the Valley of the Indus ( 1 8 5 1 ) and Sind Revisited dha , published in 1956, by Narain BUTANI, DAYO H.

Collections of Sindhi Jhoolan te (1988) andChoonda Sindhi . Hjndu calendar . Chhaajo Des, Chhaajo Vides (1982), one of many travelogues written by Altaf Sheikh. The author has greatly distinguished himself in the genre. engineer by . profession, he works with a shipping company and visits many an international port city, of which he has given vivid accounts. His travelogues like the present one exude smells and sounds of the places he writes about. ). It is marked by the writer's intimate, personalised -details of life and free, unconcealed art.

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