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KAMLESH KUMAR KIRPALANI - HYDERABAD SINDH PAKISTAN 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

Dear Fellows,
I am Pakistani Hindu Citizen who is still residing at the birth place of my great grand parents.
I am willing to become a member of your organization because I am able to provide latest position of our mother land as I am still surviving here.
Hope my this request must be accepted.
Thanks.
Faithfully,
KAMLESH KUMAR KIRPALANI.

Reply: Dear mr. Kripalani' Iam delighted to get your email. Please contact me on email sindhulogy@aol.com Dial V.Gidwani Founding Presiden
 
Kumar Chatani - Oregon, USA 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

Very pleased with what you are doing to keep the Sindhis of the world connected. Keep up the good work. I hope you can put a link on your web-site for people to donate money and buy your CDs. You have to make it convenient. Best Wishes.

Reply: Thank you for your very valuable suggestion. Will do 12/01
 
Harry Goldin, M.D. - Skokie, IL USA 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

I enjoyed listening to the new CD “Song of the Sindhu Hindu. As an American Jew with little previous exposure to Sindhu culture, I was impressed with the expression of tolerance and respect of all faiths in the song. It is even more amazing to me that this song was composed 7,000 years ago thousands of years before the Pharaohs of Egypt . Congratulations to Dial V. Gidwani and his associates for producing such a fine CD.

11/17/2006
Harry M. Goldin, M.D.
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4709 Golf Road, Suite 1000
Skokie, IL 60076
TEL: 847-677-2080
FAX: 847-677-2098

Reply: Thank you Harry for your kind and generous message Dial
 
SURESH LALVANI - Toronto Canada 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

REVIEW ON DVD INDUS SINDHU CIVILIZATION LOST TO THE HISTORY PRODUCED BY NHK AND TOKYO METROPOLITAN MUSEUM


I have recently been able to go through all of it is depth and I knew you would like some feedback.

The video from National Geographic june 2000 issue was extremely well done. There was a lot of interesting material covered about new discoveries which I found fascinating. Apparently there is a lot from our past that we may never know, but the height of progress reached in those times is clear from what has been discovered so far and this deserves to be brought into the limelight for the world to see. Your immense efforts in this direction are admirable. I hope you are progressing well with the museum project in Chicago to display the Indus civilization.

About the CD, SONG OF SINDHU HINDU the English translation of the song in track 3 was the one that appealed most to me. The lyrics are extremely profound. The summarized goal of a Hindu, towards the end was the best description I have ever heard, particularly in the present day context in the western world which is gradually getting more individualistic and self centred all the time and which is unable to value goals higher than those providing quick gratification. With my limited grasp of Sindhi, I could not appreciate the Sindhi song. This I would imagine would apply to a lot of other Sindhis too. The Hindi version was slightly superior musically as it had somewhat richer accompaniments. The 2 other tracks of bhajans ? were not translated anywhere. Perhaps they should be, to make the CD more meaningful.

Thanks for sending these CDs to me. I enjoyed going through them. I will be circulating these within our community now, through my good friend Mahesh Makhijani who is the director of programming for our Sindhi gur mandir in Toronto.



Warm regards and good luck with your work,



Suresh

11/13/2006



Reply: Thank you for your comments
 
Anil Lalwani - London UK 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

Dear Mr Gidwani

I have received both items safely on Tuesday, and they are both excellent.

The content of the CD as published by yourselves is of particularly high quality. Many thanks to all who have put in many hours of selfless work into this project.

I have one request please. The CD does not show what the 6 or 7 different tracks contain the names of the tracks just as one would find printed on a music Cd. Can you email this to me please if you have it.

With many thanks again,

Anil Lalwani.London
10 27 2006



Reply: Thanks Mr. Lalwani Space was the problem. Will try new edition