Join Tri-State (NY, NJ and CT) Sindhi Community in celebrating International Sindhi Cultural & Solidarity Day
Venue: Kabab King Mehal, 495 Hempstead Turnpike, West Hempstead, NY 11552. Date: Saturday November 26th, 2011 , Time:7:00 pm
Wear Sindhi Ajrak and Topi and Join millions of Sindhis all over the world in celebrating their culture, language and heritage. Sindhi people cherish their Universalist peace cultural practices. This event is open to all ages. Event includes food, music concert and cultural demonstrations.
– On Saturday October 8th, 2011 there are three events scheduled in London by World Sindhi Congress. All events of 23rd International Conference on Sindh are free.
Floods and Rehabilitation in Sindh, Saturday, 8th October 2011, 9:00 AM – 21:00 PM, Kingsley Hall, Powis Road, London E3 3HJ UK (Near Bromley by Bow Tube Station of District Line). Moderated by Ali Memon, Report from Sindh, Kadir Jatoi, Mr Sadiq Bhanbhro, Impacts of 2011 Floods in Sindh, Dr Sanjay Ahuja, Situation of minorities During Sindh Floods, Floods and Rehabilitation – Fund Raising, Gul Sanai and Team.
Session II: Rising Extremism in Pakistan – Implications for International Peace and Role of Sindhi People. Moderated by Dr Lakhu Lohana.
Sindhi opera Ranni Kot Ja Dharrail enthrals audience
By Sohail Sangi
HYDERABAD: Ranni Kot Ja Dharrail (Dacoits of Ranni Kot), an opera concert at the Mumtaz Mirza Auditorium of Sindh Museum proved to be an event of the season in the cultural capital of Sindh, Hyderabad, as a team of artistes filled the air and many believed that Shaikh Ayaz, the great Sindhi poet and versatile literary figure, was reborn.
This was part of events of festival organised to mark the 88th birth anniversary of Shaikh Ayaz.
A Sindhi private channel and the Sindh culture department organised the concert on Tuesday night. A number of people from various walks of life including writers, intellectuals, activists, women, art lovers and students attended the event. …