partition Sindhi community had to pass through the most difficult
times of their lives. Deprived of homeland, torn from their roots
and leaving behind all wealth, they headed for India and were scattered
they remained occupied with their struggle for livelihood. Soon
they realized that their existence as a race is in danger and strived
vigorously to preserve their distinct identity. Without language
a race cannot exist. A dynamic movement was launched and ultimately
in 1968, Sindhi language earned appropriate place in the Indian
the times had changed and new developments posed a serious threat.
Satellites were launched orbiting the skies. Numerous TV channels
began telecasting round the clock. The invasion of the new satellite
culture heralded tribulations for all indigenous languages and cultures,
posing a threat to their existence, as if caught in a blazing storm!
The intensity of pressure on Sindhi language was much higher as
Sindhis in India and all over the World are widely dispersed in
small numbers. They do not have land of their own under their feet.
Thus the future of Sindhis seemed bleak.
Sindhi" fraternity is a link to the Movement for Preserving Sindhi
Identity. Our endeavor is to preserve the glorious Sindhi culture,
language, values of life traditions. With this purpose in mind,
this Web Site has been launched to present some glimpses of Sindhi
Life for refreshing our sweet memories of Sindh.