Interpreting the Sindhi World Essays on society and History

  • Interpreting the Sindhi World  Essays on society and History
  • Year: 2010
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ISBN No :  987-0-19-547719-1

Author :  Michel Boivin and Matthew A. Cook

Publisher :  Oxford University Press

Year :  2010

Binding : Hard Bound

Language : English  

Contents :

1 Myths of Jhuley Lal : Deconstructing a Sindhi Cultural Icon ( Lata Parwani )

2 Mobility, Territory, and Authenticity : Sindhi Hindus in Kutch, Gujarat  ( Farhana Ibrahim )

3 Unwanted Identities in Gujarat  ( Rita Kothari )

4 Recreating Sindh : Formantiuons of Sindhi Hindu Guru Movements in New Contexts

( Steven Ramey )

5 Code Switching Among Sindhis Experiencing Language Shift in Malaysia ( Maya Khemlani david )

6 Sufism, Hinduism, and Social Organization in Sindh :L The forgotten tradition of Pithoro Pir 

( Michel Boivib )

7 Getting Ahead or Keeping Your Head? The ‘Sindhi’ Migration of Eighteenth Century India

( Matthew A. Cook )

8 Richard Burton’s sindhi Folklore, Syncretism, and Empire ( Paulo Lemos Horta )

9 1947 : Recovering Displaced Histories of Karachi ( Vazira fazila yacoobali Zamindar  )

10 The Sufi Saints of Sindhi Nationalism  ( Oskar Verkaaik )