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Alok Rai - New Delhi 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

pls send me the details of Mr Avinash Balvani or pass him my +919811321516

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satish Sawnani - Dahisar(west) , Mumbai, Maharashtra, India 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

IT was a pleasure going through your website and the efforts being done to preserve Sindhi Language, Culture . I am inspired by the same.
Satish Sawnani, FCA; ACS; CMA;CAIIB, CTM, DISA

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Farzana Abbasi - Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

It is a great pleasure to see that such a website exisits and is rendering an extraordinary service for creating awarness for sindhi culture to the world.

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Dr.Heera Lal Lohano - Karachi SINDH Pakistan 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

I really pleased to see da A I S website.I appreciate ur efforts,keep it up n up.I hope that,I ll visit regularly.

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vinod - chicago illinois 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000


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Sohail Ansari - England 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

To promote Sindhiism and bring the Sindhis together we all need to be together irrespective which ever part of the world we live in.

I really am saddened of the divisions between Sindhis left in Sindh and those who unfortunately had to leave Sindh. Those who left Sindh sadly left their homes and the belongings but have continued to maintain their identity. Those who stayed back are not better off and are struggling to keep their identities! I was born way after partition and therefore did not witness the events. However, I am aware of the bitterness of those Sindhis who had to migrate out. As a matter of fact the Sindhis left behind in the native land, as the history can tell, have fared badly as well for they hardly had the rights over the institutions in Sindh and also they have continued to struggle to safe guard their values, culture and identity.

I feel really proud seeing the institutions like yours. What niggles me though is the lack of a union as indicated above. I hardly can see any Muslim names on your institution and this gives the impression of a division between Hindu Sindhis and Muslim Sindhis. When we culturally are the same material, why should their be religious geographic divides?

I hope the message of unity is propagatted and acted upon.

God bless those holding the flags for Sindh and Sindhis.

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Shophia Hirwani - Sedona Arizona 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

Heard the first sindhi song - Andhi.

I belong to rare breed of sindhis who can read and write and always felt the need to revive our culture but didnt know how.
I just dont know where were we for almost two decades.

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Ikramullah abbasi - U.S.A 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

I met Dial V. Gidwani in St. louis a week back, i was so impressed by his initiative taken by him for Sindh and Sindhis. I am from sehwan sharif but was born and raised in partab mahal Hyderabad Sindh. I am trying to right a history about that house and its owner who built that before the partition. I love sindh and all the sindhis please get united and make sindhi nationality to be proud of.

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Muhammad Ayaz Malik - Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

Asalam Alakum,

I watch this very nice web site, which really very
help ful for any user who want this kind of material. so i glad that its magificient source of knowledge and facts. I really enjoy it.
Thanks for the your performance.

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Dharmoon Bhawani - Mithi ,Tharparkar 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

hi ,
This is my first time , i have visited so far , and i have gone through the whole material avilabe on the website, the one thing i fell is the most important is the contribution of the writer who made is worthy, and the one who keeps it udate, i applaud all those who are in this great aim .

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yj-art - canada 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

wonderful work! 

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Gobind Khushalani - Ahmedabad - India 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

Title: :Chachnamah Retold” – English.
Published by Promila and Co., in association with Bibliophile South Asia, CHICAGO ; Add: C-127, Sarvodaya Enclave, New Delhi – 110017 India.
Email : ashokbutani at

The original “Chachnamah” oldest available book on history of Sindh was written in old and confusing style in Arabic. Its translations in Sindhi, English and even Persian are also based on same style. The language is perplexing and presentation is in the style of then prevalent “Arabian Nights”.

The Author says he has rewritten the entire book in current style – language, keeping in view the needs of modern readers, specially the younger generation. Basic material is the same – with no change at all.

One could see that, so many Great Religious books like Ramayan, Mahabharat even Koran Shareef and Bible etc are presented in modern style and language, so many times. No additions alterations are made in the basic story and contents. Such books are popular among comman readers. For the researchers, original versions are preserved separately.

Keeping this in view Gobind Khushalani thought of presenting Last Hindu King of Sindh – Rai Dahar in proper perspective. Therefore Chachnamah has been presented in new style and language without any additions or alterations.

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Abdul Hussain Mendhro - Thatta-Sindh Pakistan 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

My Dear,

I am senior Journalist of District Thatta a historical District of Sindh and very glad to see your esteemed and useful website of American Institute of Sindhulogy and also see importand document which available on your website. I shall be indeed grateful to you if your gracious honor will include my name in your mailing list for sending me informations which issued by your Institute accordingly. May Allah bless you for doing good job for sindhies of the world.

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Gobind Khushalani - Ahmedabad - India. 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

Title: “Mulik Ta Munhinjo – Sindhi original NOVEL
“My country, really special” – English translation.

Story of Sindh in background of 5000 years ago, real matters regarding then development of Mohenjo Daro and Sindhi civilization in a story of Fiction. Because of such background of the story, Mr. Shoukat Hussain Shoro – Director of Institute of Sindhology Hyderabad – Sindh has said; it is a historical Novel. He has written preface of the book.

The novel covers problems of modern Sindh in ancient background. Indication of solutions is also shown. Modern problems are diversion of Sindhu’s waters, uneasy assertive behaviour of outsiders on cultural, educational and commercial matters etc of the original citizens; and attempts by the Government to set a side Sindhi Language in order to promote Urdu and other languages. In the novel the ancient people could solve all the problems with unity and wisdom, and with some assertiveness, the water problem.

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Dr. Ravi Prakash Arya - New Delhi 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

Let me thank your for sending the precious inofrmation based upon the Gidwani s book Return of the Aryans. We shall certainly circulate this information further. Can I know who is the compiler of this information under American institute of Sindhulogy. We are publishing Vedic Science a quarterly journal. Can the same information partially of fully if found suitable be published in the Journal, but for that we need to quote the name of the author. We under Indian Foundation for Vedic Science are publishing lot of Literature on India and Vedas. our recent research publication is Origin of Indo Europeans . This
work tells about the migrations of Indians from India to various parts of world from time to time. Genetic, archaeological, lingustic and evidences from family studies have been given. For more detail of our work log on to our websiste

Dr. Ravi Prakash Arya
Indian Foundation for Vedic Science

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Major General Vishwas Jogleker Retied - New Delhi 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

Jai Shri Ram
I went thru the contents of the site map and some of the comments.
I presume you are in touch with Dr Kalyanraman of Chennai who is doing pioneering work on this theme only.
His email address is Kalyan97 at
he is an eloquent speaker and a dedicated scholar. I am a part of the HQ Sanskritik Gaurav Sansthan New Delhi SGS
V S Joglekar - Maj Gen Retd

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Dr. Kalyan Raman - India 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

Dear Dial Gidwani ji,
Saadar pranaam. It is so nice to know about the splendid initiatives of AIS. I wish you all the best in your efforts. I am grateful to Gen. Joglekar ji for putting me in touch with you.

I will go through all the links provided by you and try to understand the importance of the themes brilliantly presented in fictional form by Bhagwan Gidwani ji. My pranams to all our bandhu who are working with you for promoting sindhulogy.

We are all children of maa sarasvati.I have set up a website on Sarasvati civilization. Please see the links at http: site kalyan97 This site will lead you to over 40,000 pages of info. on the civilization which our ancestors have bequeathed to us including 15 volumes presented as ebooks and the entire corpus of Sarasvati hieroglyphs presented in 8 albums . Extraordinary work is ongoing to make the Vedic Sarasvati river flow again in Bharat.

Please do keep in touch. Together, we can reach out to all the children on the globe on the eternal message of sanatana dharma.

I am also cc-ing Shri Haribhau Vaze who is the National Organizing Secy. and Prof. Shivaji Singh who is President of ABISY.


Sarasvati research centre, Sarasvati nadi shodh prakalp
Akhila bharatiya itihasa sankalana yojana ABISY .

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Raj Ahuja - Bangalore - India 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

Hi ,
Found an Entry on my Great Grand Father - Mr Shivaldas Lekhraj Ahuja , wish to know if u had more details on him and his lineage .
Pls do reply
Raj Ahjuja

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Rita mohina - Chandigarh 
Thu, 1 January 1970 00:00:00 +0000

Rita Mohina

Reply: I am forwarding your email to Mr. Badlani. His email address