Sindhi Sangat is a registered non profit organization based in Mumbai and Dubai. Our sole objective is the promotion of Sindhi Language, Sindhi Literature and its rich culture across the globe.
The founding members of Sindhi Sangat are Mr. Murij Manghnani, Dr. Moti Prakash and Ms. Asha Chand whose reputation in the Sindhi community is par excellence.
|Shri Murij Manghnani||Dr. Moti Prakash||Asha Chand|
|Click on the photos for details about our Founder Members|
Apart from his business success, Mr Murij Manghnani is well known as a philanthropist and ardent promoter of Sindhyat. He is currently the Chairman of the Indian Institute of Sindhology, Adipur, Gujurat. He heads several Sindhi associations and NGOs.
Dr. Moti Prakash is a reputed name in the world of education. Winner of Sahitya Academy Award, his Sindhi poetry has moved every reader beyond words. Currently, he is the Trustee, Director and Principal of Sadhu Hiranand School, Adipur.
Asha Chand, a relentless promoter of the Sindhi Language, is the daughter of Smt. Sundri Uttamchandani and A.J. Uttam, distinguished Sindhi writers of their time. Asha now works diligently for the preservation and propagation of the Sindhi heritage.
|Other Management Committee Members:|
|Chand Punjabi||Kishor Malani||Chandur Manghnani||Mohan Gehani|
We strongly believe that Sindhi heritage can be promoted and passed on to future generations by keeping pace with technology, to reach out to a scattered community. It is evident that speaking the language cannot be imposed upon modern day children. However, high quality T.V. productions can go a long way in making young people proud of their language. This is only the first step which can open more avenues of learning one’s beautiful culture over a period of time.
Sindhi Surhaan- Sindhi TV Programme:
Currently, we have a 30 minutes weekly TV slot on Doordarshan titled Sindhi Surhaan telecast on DD Gujarati and DD India channel. We telecast Sindhi variety programmes, music, video songs and interesting episodes. DD India channel is being watched in 146 countries across the globe. Additionally, our telefilms are telecast in Sindh Pakistan by the leading channel of Pakistan KTN.
We have made our just demand for a full fledged DD-Sindhi Channel from Govt. of India. This is being vigorously followed up by Sindhi Sangat with the involvement of Shri. L. K. Advani, Shri Ram Jethmalani, numerous Sindhi Associations and others.
Innumerable emails and telephones calls to increase the duration of the programme to one hour indicate the overwhelming response from thousands of Sindhis in different cities across the globe. Our efforts are leveraged in this direction and with the support of all Sindhis we shall achieve it soon.