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It moves on to point out how including the Sindhi language in the 8th schedule of the Constitution of India led to a spurge of forums for Sindhi, like the Sahitya Academy, a thirty minute programme on All India Radio, Bombay among others. Yet, it also depicts how differences of opinion over the Devnagri and Arabic scripts of Sindhi led to harming the language greatly.
A chapter is dedicated to the impact of Partition on Sindhi names, one to the development of Sindhi Dictionary and one chapter talks of problems of cultural assimilation of the Sindhis in different parts of India.
These are twelve letters on various topics related to Sindhi language and Sindhi culture, as found in the Indian soils. The different chapters are-1 language and culture in Kutch 2 Problems in fieldwork related to language and culture 3 Old Sindhi words retained in the dialects 4 Male Names of Sodhas 5 Female Names of Sodhas 6 Village Kachehri compared to Seminar 7 Village Kachehri 8 Different terms for fingers in Sodhki 9 Terms in footprint tracking 10 Terms for colours in Sodhiki 11 Borendo 12 Folk literature and culture.
Gujhaaratun- Gujaaharat is a kind of an oral composition in which the composer has hidden allusions. Co-authored by Shri Lalji Himthaji Sutahar this book attempts to explain the intricacies involved in the composition of a gujhaarat and also gives a socio-cultural perspective of this unique art form in Sindhi. The practice of this folk art can be seen night after night in Banni.
This book then deciphers the meanings of a number of gujhaarats. This book is the only attempt made by an author in deciphering gujhaarats. This book is all the more remarkable because it is an attempt to preserve an art form that is on the path to extinction.
Geejh- With a brief introduction to the Jats, who are Sindhi-Muslims in Banni, Kutch, this book goes on to give a socio-cultural perspective of the wedding-songs of the Jats.
Besides introducing the reader to different forms of poetry of the Jats, this book also shows the strong bond of the Jats with Sindh before the Partition. Sindhi Lok Varso- This book is a collection of Sindhi folk songs in different dialects and a socio-cultural explanation to them. One chapter in the book is dedicated to the victory-song Hojamalo- its etymology, a socio-cultural perspective of the song and the need to popularize it.
This book also includes one chapter on Female Names in Odiki.
Sindhi Upbhaashaun Ja Choond Lafza- Compiled with Lalji Hamthaji Sutahar, this book begins with a chapter on Standard Sindhi which is followed by chapters introducing the Sindhi communities in Kutch, with a brief description of their lifestyle. It also includes one chapter on lifestyle of the Kutchis.
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I can therefore say with some confidence that I never saw any ambiguity in his word and deed. But Sindh Shall Never Die! It is impossible to categorize a great poet. All one can do is to count the blessings he bestows on the language and its literature. Imdad has given new meanings to numerous ordinary and plain words used in rural Sindh.
His command of rural sensibilities has given to his poetry a richness rarely seen in his generation. While other Sindhi poets of his generation depend on themselves and are satisfied with their inner resources. Imdad looks to the experiences of life to furnish the material for his inspirations.