Join the Sindhi Front. Encourage Sindhis !

Plan of Action:

Help us update information on Sindhi Institutions (around the world) – We want you to help us to update this info. on our blog.

Our Job is to put all the Sindhi Institutions across the world ( Other than India and Pakistan* as too much Data in these 2 countries). Can you help us with the Information of Such Institutions. (Write to

So if you are in a New Country – all you have to do is visit the Blog and find out -whom to contact and where to find the institution you are looking for !



  • Ajay Vadhvani  On April 20, 2011 at 12:08 am

    I am in .. 🙂

    • maxmakhija  On May 1, 2011 at 4:18 am

      Plan of Action:

      1. Learn more about Sindhi’s and our History.It is important for us to know our History from 711 Ad and before that. What I have come to know is:

      Brahamanabad was the capital of Sindh and had a huge Shiva temple which had 14000 priests who used to reside there.There is no trace of Brahamanabad today.

      Multan compromised of 90% Gold.

      Shikarpur had orchards and the streets were cleaned with Perfumes on a daily basis !

      What remains of our past is lost ! We need to first take the thread (time that we have) and try to stitch a cloth ( our history) and than we can be covered with that same cloth.(Armed with knowledge and our true identity we shall be stronger).

  • maharaj kailash  On April 30, 2011 at 6:06 am

    i am an sindhi . i live in chennai. i belong to a brahmin community. i perform mariages,poojas and yagnas.i am an profffesional astrologer and vasthu expert. any advice related to religion or religious views pls mail me.

  • Ashok kanjani  On April 30, 2011 at 11:08 am

    Great !!!!

    • maxmakhija  On May 1, 2011 at 4:19 am

      Plan of Action:

      1. Learn more about Sindhi’s and our History.It is important for us to know our History from 711 Ad and before that. What I have come to know is:

      Brahamanabad was the capital of Sindh and had a huge Shiva temple which had 14000 priests who used to reside there.There is no trace of Brahamanabad today.

      Multan compromised of 90% Gold.

      Shikarpur had orchards and the streets were cleaned with Perfumes on a daily basis !

      What remains of our past is lost ! We need to first take the thread (time that we have) and try to stitch a cloth ( our history) and than we can be covered with that same cloth.(Armed with knowledge and our true identity we shall be stronger).

  • BHARAT VARDHANI  On May 5, 2011 at 3:03 am

    i am sindhi and would love to join such community

  • Rajesh Asnani  On May 7, 2011 at 4:45 am

    What is the final objective? Is it the claiming of our rights from Pakistan?

  • NARESH BIHARILAL ROHIRA  On May 16, 2011 at 7:06 am

    I am a Sindhi from Mumbai, i know how to read & write Arabic Sindhi, i don’t think there will be many Sindhis of my age who can read & write in their mother tongue. It is sad that our Sindhi lipi is dying a slow death.
    I make sure that both my kids speak in Sindhi, we all should encourage our kids to at least talk in Sindhi, or this language too will die!
    We should learn from Germans, French, Arabs, Japan…they have always stuck to their roots & never let their language & literature take second place.

  • RK WADHWANI  On June 3, 2011 at 2:11 pm

    population of sindhi hindu community is sufficient, but till date no sindhi single channel is there. This is very shameful for our community. We should strongly approach with government of india that as far other languages are bieng preferred our sindhi language should also be encouraged after launching a sindhi channel. Telecasting only twenty minutes of thirty minutes will not solve our problem. May I know what are your comment on this issue

  • rajesh budhani  On June 11, 2011 at 4:36 pm

    I am sindhi from the small town of Pakistan namely Ghotki which is only 2 hour drive from used to be sindhis commercial hub Shikarpur.However, my mother was born in Shikarpur. Literally, I must be knowlegeable about sindhis history and culture but I regret to say I even don’t have very much knowledge and neither there is any curriculum about sindhis and their cultures. We only learn from our parents and in most cases they even don’t know about our history. Therefore, let’s take this initiative into action and learn as much as we can.

  • jyoti peswani  On June 17, 2011 at 5:17 pm

    first of all intercaste mariages in sindhis should be stopped. as english is becoming universal language sindhis are not taking interest in talking in sindhi with their own community people they shy or feel awckward in talking in sindhi i dont know why. Very few sindhis know Sindhi lipi they should encourage their children and some books should also be published so that one medium is available with the people because now also most of the parents dont have knowledge of sindhi lipi. most of the sindhi words are replaced by hindi and people still dont know exact word like cup plate we say kop plate in sindhi but exact sindhi pronounciation is kap basi. we should have cooperation among us. never listen anything against our community , always give first priority to OUR MOTHER TONGUE .

  • Sumeet Punjabi  On July 12, 2011 at 8:02 am

    Our mission should be simple:-
    1) Let us connect to each other and help our own community and we shall know where we came from, my surname is punjabi – my grandfather was in hyderabad…then my father brought us all to mumbai and myselves have now brought all to dubai. But roots remain the same. I want to know where my ancestors use to work and what were there names n where did they live ?
    2) I am teaching my children sindhi – and i am glad they know well
    3) We should have an email subscription about we meeting or any opening as such or donation – so we can help each other.
    4) Marriages should also b guided in our own community first before going out.
    Thank you all

  • Mohan Dadlani  On July 18, 2011 at 9:07 pm

    Is there a good plan to implement? Who will implement. We need some action and not just talk because dreaming is free.

    • maxmakhija  On July 19, 2011 at 1:58 am

      Dear Bhau,
      Sindhis, were wiped out in 711 AD or converted to Islam. As after so many conquests, the invading Caphilate had won, they had to weaken the mighty Sindh, only if King Dahir was proactive like his father Chach, this loss would not have happened. King Dahir, waited for Bin Kasem to cross the River Sindh, Meanwhile, a Monk, for money, helped Kasem break into DEVAL, by showing him, how to break the Gates of Deval, by breaking the Huge Pillar, outside the gate of Deval.

      By the time, Deval fell, Dahir came reinforcements for Kasem had already landed, Dahir lost, Sindhi Hindus, were slaugthered, raped, converted, this went on for the first few years, hence it is my feeling that not one Sindhi- Hindu, survived at that time, who was in Sindh. Some who survived, were abroad, as Sindh was the major entreport for the Silk route. This means around 10% of actual Sindhis, survived, those who came to live in Sindh, much latter were Punjabis, Marwaris, Gujratis, Kutchees, others from India, this led to people like Sindhi Punjabis, Sindhi Bhatias, Sindhi Loharas, etc….

      So, our roots are weak, the vision is to survive and strenghten the existing Sindhi community for next few decades, so that Sindhis are stronger, able to put up a state , in any part of the world, (Not Pakistan- neccesarily ). For this, we need to just support Sindhis worldwide. Prevent them from loosing money, helping them grow, making them more capable and more stronger. Once,we do this, we will have won half the war.
      Mukesh Makhija (aka) Max Makhija 9967088822

  • talrejavikas  On July 25, 2011 at 3:44 pm

    I LOVE TO Join the Sindhi Front ,
    I am a Sindhi from Mumbai,
    i WANT TO LEARN – read & write Sindhi,

  • Prof. L.G. Gwalani, PhD  On July 27, 2011 at 5:47 am

    I would like to learn Sindhi script. Is there any language-learning correspondence facility available through your organization. I am presently residing in Australia. Thanks.

    Kind regards.

    L.G. Gwalani (Lalou)

  • Govind Peswani  On July 27, 2011 at 10:31 am

    I am a sindhi, i love to join such community.

  • kamlesh valeshha  On July 27, 2011 at 3:54 pm

    i m a person of shindhi community of gondia(maharashtra),,,,i love to join this community,,

  • halo  On August 1, 2011 at 7:05 am

    30 th. July, 2011
    Dear Sir,
    Re: Vanishing Sindhi Language and Sindhi Nation / Community of India.
    There are thousands of Sindhi Association throughout the world especially in India (Almost every city), Pakistan (Almost every city / town of Sindh), America (Every county), U.K (Every county), Europe, Africa, UAE, South East Asia (Singapore, Malaysia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Indonesia etc), Hongkong, China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Russian states etc. But what purpose these associations serve which may be:
    • Social gathering and networking,
    • Business networking,
    • Protect the existence of Sindhi as a nation and Sindhi Language.

    The first two objectives or any other objectives are ok but has any body thought over about the third (03) purpose i.e:
    1. Are Sindhis known as a nation in the world,
    2. Is Sindhi language known language in the world,
    3. Does their young generation write, read and speak Sindhi language except Sindhis living in Sindh,
    4. Do these associations at large serve the purpose to “Save Sindhi Culture / Language”?
    5. Has anybody ever thought of existence of Sindhi as a nation and Sindhi Language especially those living in India with population over 6.0 million?

    If no concrete steps are taken by them, they as Sindhi nation and Sindhi language are to vanish in next 50 years. Is it not their sacred duty and obligation to save it?

    How to save it?

    No nation and language can survive if they don’t have their own land.

    Sindhis living in India are very progressive, adventurous and intelligent. They have the people like Motwanis, Advanis, Gidwanis, Malkanis, Kriplanis, Hirwanis, Ramchandanis, Panjwanis, Waswanis. They are capable of doing any positive thing. In a short period of 64 years after partition, they have proved that they are none next to any nation in the world in the field of education, business & trade, law, politics, social work etc. What they have not is their win land, and are therefore spread all over India and the world. Therefore, it is the necessity to have own land.
    Example of Jews.
    They were disturbed and wandered here and there in the world for 1400 years. Then they thought of the land for them and when they had, they are the most powerful nation of the world in terms of business / trade, armed forces, technology, research. If they had no land they could have done nothing till even today.
    So, you have to adopt the same strategy or you as a nation and language are to vanish for ever.
    Likely problems
    1. People will avoid next migration to new land as they are well settled where they are living presently.
    Answer: They are right but they have to do it as Jews did migrate as it will not be the migration like that of partition in 1947. Don’t migrate in one go but in bit by bit with time. It may take many years but remember it is a movement which may give results in centuries.

    2. There will not be business and industrial platform for migrants at new land.
    Answer: Yes, but it will be done with time till don’t wind up your present business / shelter where you are living presently. Infra structure for Industrial estates, business centers / towers, airports etc will take no time to be built.
    3. Security:
    Answer: Government which will be fully owned by Sindhis, will provide securities and facilities to make the migrants settled down and establish themselves as early as possible.
    My (A Sindhi) request:
    1. Impress upon the Indian Government to give a separate land for your Sindh province, which will however be part and parcel of India.
    2. Accept the land even if it is a desert in Rajasthan (I believe you people will make it prosperous),
    3. Name the land with word Sindh attached to it,
    4. The land may preferably have the sea. But if there is no sea port, it is no big problem as at present times the business and travelling is done by air ports.
    5. The land may preferably be adjacent to present Sindh where population of Sindhis (purely sons of soil) is 40.0 million. It will facilitate joint efforts to grow as Sindhi nation and Sindhi nation.

    The above is my humble submission. If Sindhis living in India still don’t wake up to this cause, then they should be ready to vanish in next 50 years. The Sindhis living in Sindh (Please don’t argue religion as this time) will however continue to exist for ever.

    Request to note:
    Please forward my this email to all the sindhi associations (what ever nature) especially in India. Thanks a lot.

  • Yogee Chotraney  On August 9, 2011 at 7:18 pm

    Pls. add our Association in yr list of Sindhi Associations

    Yogee Chotraney, President – Sindhi Association of New Jersey (SANJ)

  • We Sindhis  On August 9, 2011 at 7:21 pm

    We propagate a 4 Point SH – Sindhiyat Campaign to strengthen our community.

    SH – Sindhiyat Campaigns :
    1. Celebrate CHETI CHAND @ Home !
    2. Speak SINDHI @ Home ! ……………… (Currently running)
    3. Marry a SINDHI !

  • Hormazd  On August 22, 2011 at 1:54 am

    DearSindhi Community ,

    Just opposite my house a Sindhi Family ( A Mom, Daughter and father) has settled on the footpath, they sleep on the foot steps of the shops when they down the shutters for the night. I spoke to the mother today and my heart went out to her and the daughter. The mom is well educated and was originally staying at Breach Candy, the daughter was working as a PRO in several shops in Bandra West, Mumbai, they are a respectful and educated family they speak fluent English and seem to be mild and good natured,

    However due to the miscalculations of the Father they have landed up on the streets, I am writing this email because I wanted to know if you knew of any ashram of your community which would take them in, like a home for the needy ?. I spoke to several Sindhi acquaintences already today and they tell me they do not know of any. They knew of soup kitchens but not of any ashrams etc ?.

    Please Inform me know if you know of any ashram home etc. or people of your community who will help them out. Please hurry because I don’t think they are going to last long on the streets for much longer. It is a crime that such educated and refined people should have the fate as they have.

    Area is :
    Next to Amarsons Department store
    241 Linking Road
    Bandra West
    Mumbai 400050

  • Pawan tahlani  On August 29, 2011 at 11:33 am

    Count me in also.

  • vinod jethmalani  On September 30, 2011 at 6:42 am

    I am a Sindhi.

    I teach English Speaking in Mumbai but I am also learning to read and write Sindhi language.
    I also teach Film and Television Acting and conduct regular courses in Mumbai.
    Love, Peace, happiness and Strength to all my Sindhi brothers and sisters of the community.

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