1. He joined as Asst. Editor of Hindu Sindhi, Daily Newspaper in Sind Pakistan in 1934 and continued till partition of the country in 1947.
2. In 1972 he joined the Editorial Board of Hindustan Sindhi Daily (which was known as Hindu in Sind Pakistan) and Hindvasi Sindhi Weekly magazine and continued till his death in August 1990. He was a Journalist of outstanding calibre and never succumbed to political or other pressures. He wrote what was true and undiluted truth.
As writer :
He wrote 22 books on various subjects. A few most significant were :
1. Achal Prem(Infinite love), Novel.
2. Dil Kar Darkhat Je Dastoor (Let your heart be generous like tree), Novel.
3. Sach ji Pervi(True Path), Essays.
4. Sahi Zindagi Ain Utam Unati(Path to progress), Essays.
6. Brahm Vidya(Metaphysics), Essays.
Note : All the above literary works are aimed at achieving self improvement.
Additional Information :
i) Tirath was a freedom fighter. He was imprisoned for more than 3 years in aggregate.
ii) He was true Gandhian and was wedded to simplicity and austere living.
iii) After partition he served the Sindhi refugess who were lodged in refugee camps as the Camp Commander. He was also appointed a Claims Officer by the Govt. of India to help settlement of Sindhi Refugees claims of property in Pakistan.
iv) He was Municipal President of Gandhidham & Secretary of Maitri Mandal Education Society, Gandhidham.
Inspired by freedom struggle, Tirath Sabhani left a good job to join Hindu (Later Hindustan daily) in 1934 to serve the cause of nation through his writings, and continued till the cause was accomplished in 1947. An amicable man of simple and polite nature Sabhani had a laudable command on ethical writings and had authored about 22 popular books in this field. After partition when he again joined Hindustan and Hindvasi he was a generous editor who opened the doors of these papers for writers of every shade of ideology.
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