Promoters & Preservers of Sindhyat

Promoters & Preservers of Sindhyat

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Morwani Dholan

Name Morwani Dholan
Title if any  : Rahi
Date of Birth : Ajmer (Rajasthan)
Place of Birth : 16-7-1949
Academic Attainments          : M.A. (Sindhi), B.Ed.
Permanent Residential
: 6, Sawar House,
Srinagar Rd,  Ajmer  305008
Telephone Nos. : (R) 91-145-420184 (O) 429188
Occupation/ Profession : Teacher (Sindhi)

Significant Literary Achievements/ Contributions :

As Poet :
1.    Nenan Otiyo Neenhun (Eyes Let Love Pour),
       Poetry, 1970.
2.    Aks Ain Paraada (Images & Echoes), Poetry, 1985.
3.    Daat Joon Diyatiyun (Glowing Candles of Talent),
       Poetry, 1987.
4.    Morpankhi Pal  (Peacock Feathered Moments), Poetry, 1995.

As Dramatist :
1.    Heri-A-Sandi Hera (Habitual’s Habits), Writer & Director, 1980.
2.    Sahurani Motor  (In-laws’ motor car), Writer & Director, 1982.
3.    Jahire San Tahiro (As You Sow, So You Reap), Writer & Director, 1983.

As Singer :
The following audio cassettes among others were released by him :
1.    Cheti Chand Ji Sookhri [Gift of Chetichand-Sindhi New Year].
2.    Asanjo Lado (Our Bridegroom).
3.    Kanwar ji Qurbani (Sacrifice of Saint Kanwar Ram).
4.    Mor Lado (Beloved Bride Groom).
5.Shahani Shaddi (Royal Wedding).
6.    Bhagtan jo Bhagwan (Disciple’s God).

Recognition By Way Of Award/ Honours :

•    Rahi has bagged Best Poet Award thrice in  1986, 1988, & 1996.  This Award has been conferred on him at Jaipur by Rajasthan Sindhi Academy.

Additional Information :

i)    Rahi is an approved poet, Lyricist and Singer on  AIR & Doordarshan. 
ii)   He has given over 300 cultural & musical programmes on the stage.
iii)  He has edited Narayan Shyam’s Daat Ain Hayat, Part II, and Divine Life.
iv)  Selected at national symposium of Poetry by All India Radio, twice.

Finale :

Dholan Rahi is essentially a lyrical poet.  Also he is a good singer and sings his own poems.  He is also recognised as translator. He has translated Bankimchandra Chatterji’s Monograph (English to Sindhi) and Narayan Shyams Roop Maya (Sindhi to Hindi).  He has also shown great interest in dramatic field and has made meaningful contributions.

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