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Sacho Satram – 2

Gathering of individuals engaged in common Sindhi interests for a long schedule of time in a day, which happens or takes place specially as a Sindhi program on subjects of social, cultural or religious functions.

In Sacho Satram, Heaven, here is all that we can gorge in the framed & traditional event. On the occasion, Sindhis feel of pilgrimage to offer their obeisance to Lord Jhulelal & Sain Satram. During this event, Sindhis perform playful activities.

Sindhi Souls

How to Prove to Someone That You Are a Good Soul

Some people may not know the good in you, but there is good in everyone. You know that you are a good soul, but how do you prove it? Here is how you can show people the kind of good person you are, as Society has a very covert way of handling us, “The Misfits”; condemning
“The Losers”; Idolizing “The Beautiful”; and Alienating “The Strange”: but here’s a heads up……
1. Don’t look down on others
2. Always keep smiling
3. Learn to forgive
4. Wake up your conscience

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Relentlessly working towards retaining & enhancing Sindhiyat through electronic medium among we scattered SINDHIS continuously for the past 17 years & program has gained the status of cost effective reach to Sindhis for their rituals through World Wide Web.
Those who are interested can be involved in the following ways:
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Our Latest Programmes

Looking at the scattered Sindhi Community with their class or division of people and their likes & dislikes, it has been made convenient for viewers to find and navigate around different subject areas to see pages sorted by title & its relative genres.

Cultural

Teejri

With the onslaught of social media, the sense of culture has changed. Will it cease to exist or will it be more pronounced, will it be known in the coming time, and so what will be the fate of Sindhi culture? So, in this digital atmosphere, Sindhudarshan shows you the “TIZDI” paparazzi culture.

Events

Sacho Satram – 2

Gathering of individuals engaged in common Sindhi interests for a long schedule of time in a day, which happens or takes place specially as a Sindhi program on subjects of social, cultural or religious functions.

In Sacho Satram, Heaven, here is all that we can gorge in the framed & traditional event. On the occasion, Sindhis feel of pilgrimage to offer their obeisance to Lord Jhulelal & Sain Satram. During this event, Sindhis perform playful activities.

Music

Sangeet Ji Surhan

On public demand…smash HIT!!!
An enchanting program of classical music in real show format.

Sindhi Sitare

In some ways, music is a lot like literature. It can be pleasing, enlightening, even life-changing. A great song, like a great book, affects the listener in unanticipated ways and resonates long after the music has ceased. And, if done well, both music and literature have a rhythm and tone unique to their authors.
But how do you describe your favorite song? How do you put its melody into words or explain the beauty of its chords? How do you begin to describe the emotions that it provokes in you? As the maxim goes, “Writing about music is like dancing about architecture.” In other words, despite the similarities between literature and music, conveying sound through text is a challenge, even for the most talented writers.
“Music began clanging against the rocks up here. It is a motor horn down in the street,
Music makes me forget my real situation. It transports me into a state which is not my own. Under the influence of music I really seem to feel what I do not feel, to understand what I do not understand, to have powers which I cannot have … And music transports me immediately into the condition of the soul.”

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