Monday, April 25, 2011

Proud to b Sindhi

 Ladies and Gentlemen 
It is a matter of great pride that 5000 years ago our ancestors lived in the best of towns, towns in which there were swimming pools, in which there were granaries, in which there were go downs in which there were big and broad roads, in which there was an underground drainage system and art had so flourished that the excavations on 1924 among of the things that they found the most important thing that they found a small statue of a dancing girl. A dancing girl which has caused amazement to scholars on the artifact of that civilization. There is a book on the history of India written by a great British scholar Keith and that contains the description of the statue. It’s a girl who is flaunting her puberty, who is practically wearing nothing except a chunk of jewelry and the author says she obviously wants to be desired. And she will be happy to know that after 5000 years we still desire her.

So Ladies and Gentlemen that is our great civilization of which we have to be proud. 

SINDHU RATAN RAM JETHMALANI’S KEY NOTE SPEAKER 
“RELEVANCE OF SINDHIYAT IN MODERN TIMES”
Sindhi Studies University of Mumbai
March 06, 2007
                                      

1 comment:

  1. After partition Sindh was the most affected part of the Sub-continent and Pakistan, which has suffered on account of the migration during partition, when over 1 million Hindu Sindhi’s migrated to India. Sindhi Hindus left the shores of Sindh and migrated to different parts of India and the world but the bond with Sindh- Sindhi language, and Sindhi culture keeps them connected all over the world.

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