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Introduction to Narain
Chapter One - Page 1
Chapter One - Page 2
Chapter One - Page 3
Chapter Two
Chapter Three
Chapter Four - Page 1
Chapter Four - Page 2
Chapter Five
Chapter Six
Chapter Seven
Chapter Eight Page 1
Chapter Eight Page 2

In Touch With Masters
Wisdom of Sind
Hindu Customs & Beliefs
Symbolisms in Ramayana
History of Hindus in Sind
Remembering Maa
Nisaadhanta

 

SIND JAY HINDUN JEE TAREEKH.
(HISTORY OF HINDUS IN SIND.)

A PUBLICATION WRITTEN & PUBLISHED IN SINDHI BY DIWAN BHERUMAL MAHIRCHAND ADVANI.
RETIRED LECTURER, SINDHI.
KARACHI, SIND.

First Part Published - 1946.

Second Part Published - 1947.

An attempt to translate by; -

Narain Sobhraj Kimatrai.

Preface

A few words from me:

About twenty years ago my friend Diwan Hotchand Advani, (Superintendent of Customs, now retired), Hotu to all his friends, showed me two volumes of a Sindhi books titled, "SIND JAY HINDUN JEE TAREEKH".

The book interested me as it recounted History of Sind and Sindhis, and especially as it also contained photographs of Sindhi elders prior to the year 1947.

Hotu got these volumes photocopied for me, courtesy of another friend of ours, Pishu T. Chellaram.

After glancing at some of the pages that seemed interesting to me, I put the volumes away.

Now, twenty years later, I have picked up these volumes and am making an attempt to translate certain sections of them in English.

This attempt is not only for the benefit of my children, Sunder, his wife Saira, Madhavi, her husband Mohan (Bob), Anuja and my grandchildren Aysha, Shazia, Aditya, and Kiran, but also for all Sindhi youngsters who may have an interest to know about their Roots.

N. S. Kimatrai.
Mumbai, 
India. 

July 2000.

 

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