Pune: Glimpse of Sindhi literature and culture through ‘Rangarang’

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Pune, 22nd August 2023: Chant of ‘Jai Zhulelal, Lal Zhulelal’… Brave performance of Sindhi folk art & dance… Patriotism through singing and dancing… Touching the wounds of partition through songs… Children artists of the Sindhi community, dance of the youth was appreciated by the audience… Sindhi literature and culture was seen through the ‘Rangarang’ program in such a joyful atmosphere.

Maharashtra State Sindhi Sahitya Academy, Mumbai and Bharatiya Sindhu Sabha organized a cultural program and felicitation ceremony. Mahesh Sukhramani, Executive President of Maharashtra State Sindhi Sahitya Academy was present as the chief guest. The program was held at Mahatma Jyotirao Phule Auditorium, Wanowrie. Member of Maharashtra State Sindhi Sahitya Academy and President of Bharatiya Sindhu Sabha Maharashtra Suresh Hemnani, President of Bharatiya Sindhu Sabha Pune Awat Jethwani, Working President Jeetu Advani, Secretary Jitendra Hiranandani, Youth Wing President Dr. Bunty Dharma, Women Wing President Gauri Jeswani and others were present on the occasion.

Mahesh Sukharamani said, “The academy is trying to preserve the Sindhi language and culture. After partition, the Sindhi community was scattered all over the country. But with the spirit the Sindhi community has stood again with renewed vigor and has earned a name in all fields. The young generation of the Sindhi community who are knowledgeable and charitable should preserve their heritage. Communicate in Sindhi at home and wherever possible. We all should try to preserve the Sindhi culture from 5000 years ago.”

Suresh Hemnani said, “This program is organized every year by the Bharatiya Sindhu Sabha. The program was organized with the aim to increase unity in the society, to sow the seeds of language and culture in the childrens. Also, we honor many ideals and notable personalities of the society, and try to inspire the new generation. Through the academy, Sindhi language, culture, Sindhi literature, artists to be encouraged.”

Govardhanlal Sharma, Manohar Pherwani, Lal Punjabi and many others were honored in the program. Awat Jethwani welcomed all. Jeet Hiranandani compared the program. Jeetu Adwani gave a vote of thanks.