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1 930), writer. and poet. His works include Sindhuree-a jaa Sorhan Sitaaraa (1981), essays; Chaar Gharyoon : Chaar Manzar (1982), poetry. The latter won him the Madhya Pradesh Sahitya Akademi award for Sindhi, 'Sarni Puraskar' as it is known, in 1982. His Trivenee (1994)'comprises three short epics on the lives of the Buddha, Sant Kanwar Ram and Dr. Choithram Gidwani and establishes him as a great Sindhi poet of the day. 1940), oet. His collections of are Chedi Sakhee Sargam (1960), Uhe Maaur Bhalee Murikhani (1964), Koonjoon Thiyoon Kunikani (1967) and Qalamjo Sipaahee (1973).
As the title of the work suggests, it respects the girl-child as much as the boy child. ) from her col Uljhyal Tan (1986). Bhavana, lection of short stories doon Reshamjoon the heroine, is a stage-artist. She suf fers from mental depression, which her husband attributes to the roles she lives on the stage. He asks her to leave the stage-life in which she identifies Bhaarat m ein Sindhi Saahita jo Mukhtasir Jaaizo (1980), a collec herself with the characters she enacts. tion of prefaces of books, review ar- reveals that the cause of her illness is But she doesn't.
The yati, or the harmonica] pause, comes after eight matras. Cp. chaupaee. SINDill LITERATURE 29 . ) ending in laghu. in each line comes afer eight matras. S. ), published in the annual Sookhree ( 1965). In it, both Rajesh an