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A J Uttam Interviewed by Dr. Arjan Sikayal

Sindhi Sahit Ji timurti Video documentary was produced by Asha Chand and Bina - Geeta Khiani in year 2000. One of the three best known literary figures and freedom fighter Shri A. J. Uttam is being interviewed by Dr. Arjan Sikayal. Shri A. J. Uttam was an outstanding progressive writer, critic, journalist, editor and very well known for outspoken, consistent well studied and documented opinion. In fact he was called the walking, talking and living encyclopedia of Sindhi literature. Shri A. J. Uttam (Or Assandas Jethanand Uttamchandani) was born on 16th December 1923 in Hyderabad Sindh (now in Pakistan). He formed a progressive writers group in 1946 in Hyderabad - Sindh, which held weekly literary study classes in which famous writers like Lekhraj Aziz, Professor M. U. Malkani, Tirth Basant, Prof. Gehimal Mulchandani and Kalyan Advani & revolutionary poet Haider Bux Jatoi and others participated/attended. Here he also interacted with other progressive artists like A.K. Hangal, Gobind Malhi, Shaikh Ayaz, Anand Golani and others. For some more information visit :A. J. Uttam was one of the pioneers of the first premier literary and cultural organization - Sindhi Sahit Mandal which was formed in January 1949 under the presidentship of Prof. M. U, Malkani in Bombay, the well-known dramatist and Historian. A. J. Uttam held the post of General Secretary and Vice President. The Mandal encouraged upcoming writers. Here many writers sent their writings to weekly study class. The Sindhi Sahit Mandal eventually evolved as the seat of Sindhi literary and cultural activities. It started the Sindhi language recognition movement in 1952 with five writers committee including Mr. A. J. Uttam. It held annual sammelans which included cultural programmes by Bhagwanti Navani, Smt. Sundri Uttamchandani, Savita Babani, Shivo Ramnani, Loku Hemrajani, Moti Prakash & others. Here young, enthusiastic and energetic writers and artists took part along with senior and elder writers and e

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Ramesh Varlyani, Ex. Vice Chairman of NCPSL (2011-2012) talks about Sindhi Language

In this episode, Ramesh Valrani, current chairman of NCPSL interviewed by Asha Chand, speaks about various efforts being made to promote the Sindhi Language. Recently, IGNOU has started conducting classes to teach Sindhi. Watch Sindhi Surhaan TV: Every Saturday - 10:00 PM IST & 8:30 PM Dubai Time on DD Girnar (formerly DD Gujarati) Every Sunday - 1:00 PM IST (afternoon) / Repeat Monday - 4:30 AM IST on DD India Also available on Tata Sky, Dish TV & Airtel Digital TV [All over India & 146 countries in the world incl. Dubai, Mauritius, Indonesia]

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Sanskar Asaanja Episode 6 سنسڪار اسانجا

First Sindhi Web series based on Children by Sindhi Sangat. This has the first 5 minutes of our event organised in Dubai Jhalak Sindhyat Jee. Jatin Udasi and Shazia Khushk along with others performed in 2018. Sanskar Asaanja is based on a young Sindhi boy trying to understand and discover the values of the Sindhi language and culture. This series is based on today's modern Sindhi family and how, in spite of challenges facing our culture and language, the family shows us the ways and means of teaching our children the legacy of Sindhi language, culture, rituals, and festivals without preaching. An entertaining series – to be watched by the whole family together. Concept by Asha Chand Story and Direction by Prakash Vaswani The entire cast is of new faces namely Jugal Aswani, Hema Gianani, Girish Hiranand, Presha Matai, Child artist Vedanth Matai with guest appearance by Sonu Pahuja and Vinod Matai. Event Organised by Asha Chand. Share with others & Do subscribe We promote Sindhi through internet and media ie Television. Pls watch our 'Sindhi Sangat Kids' channel on youtube and Subscribe. Enjoy and stay connected with us!! Subscribe to Sindhi Sangat channel for Sindhi Programmes You can also visit us at Sangat Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Download for Free 'LEARN SINDHI' app on Mobile- and Learn Sindhi Website of the most illustrious Sindhi short story writer

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7 pioneers, 7 episodes! We are so so happy to share with you our labour of love, our tribute to Partition and our interpretation of it given the present times! Presenting to you "Sindhi Pathbreakers: Partition Special Series." Here's our fourth episode with the amazing pathbreaker when it comes to making Sindhi songs cool again: Vandana Nirankari. We are also honoured to have her grandfather, Bhagwandas Nirankari with us in the video here. The grandfather-granddaughter duo chatted with us about India-Pakistan partition and the difficulties faced by the Sindhi language and Sindhi people thereafter. As of today, Vandana's song 'Sik mein' has crossed over 5.1 million views and we couldn't be happier! We truly find her to be such an inspiration! So so proud of her for paving new paths :) Hope you like and enjoy the series as much as we did producing it for you :) We look forward to your feedback in the comments below. Find us on social media: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Write to us at: Thank you for watching and subscribing. We appreciate your time and feedback :) Much love, team SFF.

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10 December 2015 was the day when the first-ever Sindhi Film Festival in London started. The festival took place from 10 December 2015 to 9 January 2016. It screened about 30 Sindhi films and witnessed the footfall of over a thousand people during the festival. In this video, Bhavna Rajpal, the director and the curator of the festival, talks briefly about the festival and also addresses the reason behind starting this channel. Come along to celebrate the festival's third anniversary with us and to also find out what this channel is going to be about. Find us on social media: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Write to us at: Thank you for watching and subscribing. We appreciate your time and feedback :) Much love, team SFF.


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