Sindhis, Crocodiles And Abida Parveen


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"In the 14th season of Coke Studio Pakistan, Abida Parveen and Naseebo Lal gave us a beautiful song steeped in the Sufi tradition - Tu Jhoom. Almost 75 years ago, the prolific writer Saddat Hassan Manto, gave us 'Yazid', a story set in the backdrop of partition. But there is an unlikely connection between the two. This week in the sixth episode of the series The Great Migration, we uncover the story of the Sindhis, which goes much beyond their famed penchant for business. Tune in, to discover why crocodiles are important to them, the heritage they left behind in Pakistan and the lessons their story holds for all of us today.

Listen to Tu Jhoom on YouTube:

Poems of Mahesh Nenwani:"

Till then Check out the other episodes of "India's Linguistic Heritage"

The Hidden Story of Sanskrit, and the North-South Divide :

Reclaiming India's Linguistic Heritage: 300 Ramayanas?:

Partitions Unknown: Hindi, Urdu and the Umbilical Cord:

The Hidden Injustice in India's Languages:

Breast Tax, Brahmins and the Bizzare origins of Modern Malayalam:

The Improbable Impact Of Nature On 2000 Languages:

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