1) ‘Shadi Ji Pahrin Raat’(First Wedding Night), Short Stories, 1995.
2) ‘Aj Jun Kahanyun’(Stories today), Short Stories, 2000.
3) ‘Tun Sind Me Rahi Pau’(You Stay In Sind), Travelogue, 2001.
Additional Information :
i) Managing Trustee ‘Writers & Artists Welfare Foundation’.
ii) Member, Maharashtra State Sindhi Sahitya Academy.
Iii) Trustee Prof. Ram Punjwani Cultural Centre, Mumbai.
Thakur Chawla is a good short story writer, having published 2 of his collections. His stories are simple, short and direct. Characters and incidents are picked up from daily life, selectively and woven beautifully to create a desired effect, sometimes with a twist in the tail, a surprise ending.
He is a very good organiser. Two very distinct achievements are to his credit – (i) A regular fortnightly cultural gathering at Ram Panjwani Cultural Centre (Sita Sindhu Bhavan), where Sindhi singers are invited to participate. (ii) He has been editing and publishing a quarterly literary magazine titled ‘Sipoon’ for over 2 decades. The get-up and selection of matter are praise worthy.
Disclaimer: Please note Sindhisangat has uploaded the entire book on the website as per discussion with the Mr Bhagwan Bhagchandani.