Promoters & Preservers of Sindhyat

Promoters & Preservers of Sindhyat

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Dr. Niranjan Dudani

Name Dr. Niranjan Dudani
Date of Birth : Larkana Sind (Pakistan)
Place of Birth : 1926
Academic Attainments          : M.D.
Permanent Residential
: Care.  A Johnson
Detoxification Centre, East
Boston, U.S.A.
Occupation/ Profession : Practising as an Allergist in USA.

Significant Literary Achievements/ Contributions :

i)    ‘Phengoon’, (Esplashres), 1958, Short stories & essays.
ii)   ‘Dharati Ja Sapna’, (Dreams of earth), 1958, Novel.
iii)  ‘Putli’, 1959 novel.
iv)  ‘Abani Ukeer’, (Love for homeland), 1986 Poems.
v)   ‘Sindh-ji-Zeenat (Elegance of Sind), 1992 Novel.
vi)  ‘Sindhri Tuhinjee Seendh Sanwriyan”, (Oh Sindhri let me adorn your hair), 1995 Novel.

Additional Information :

Dr. Niranjan is a founder of Sindhi Association of North America.
He was founder Sindhi Association of New England.
He was Advisor to International Sindhi Sammelan held in Florida in 1999.
He was also Advisor & Co-ordinator of Sindhi Sammellan at Indore (India) in 2001.
He is a founder member of Asian Poetry Session at Harvard University in Cambridge, U.S.A.
He served Indian Navy for 20 years as a flight surgean and retired as Commodore.

Finale :

Dr. Niranjan apart from being a writer of repute and man of medicines specialising in Allergy/ Immunology has been very active in promoting and preserving ‘Sindhayat’ specially in U.S.A.  He has co-ordinated several International Sindhi Sammelans with a view to accord an ‘Identity’ to Sindhi community, its language & literature.  In his novels ‘Sindhri Ji Zeenat’ and ‘Sindhi Tuhinjee Seenoh Sanwariyan’ he has portrayed the ‘actual’ problems of Sindhi community both in India & in Sind (Pakistan) in the post partition era.  Both these novels are widely acclaimed and read by the community both in India and Sind (Pakistan).

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