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ZOOM meeting: Zoom ID will be posted on WhatsApp and emailed one day prior to the meeting.

Guests Welcome

MY SINDH - A Journey to the Beloved Homeland

Home is where the heart belongs. It’s a place where you find peace and comfort; your haven in a heartless world. When a home is snatched away abruptly – wounds form, and those wounds get passed down the generations.

Shakuntala Bharvani was a baby when her family fled Sindh in 1947. She has never been back. Her book My Sindh – A Journey to the Beloved Homeland, explores her deep connection with her homeland.

Bharvani, taught English Literature at Elphinstone College and the Government Law College. She was a visiting Fulbright Professor to the US in 2001. She will be in conversation with Saaz Aggarwal, her editor and publisher, who is recognised for work in Sindh Studies.

January: My Own Mazgaon by Capt Ramesh Babu

February: Cane Cutter’s Song by Raphael Confiant, translated by Vidya Venkatesh

Prerna Kewalramani        Vidya Srinivas

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