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History of Sindhi Culture Day

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Sindh , presently the Southern-Eastern Province of Pakistan , was a country before the foundation of Pakistan in the history. Pakistan was founded in 1947 , 14th August. Sindh is the owner of a very old and rich culture since immemorial time . Its language Sindhi is one of the oldest languages of the world. Sindh is called Indus also. First it was mispronounced by Greeks, then Romans and then England continued to use as Indus. While its name is Sindh which is derived from Sindhu River. It comes from Himalaya Mountain.

Sindhi nation celebrates its Cultural Day with different names such as Ekta Day , Sindhi Culture Day , World Sindhi Sunday etc. This day had started on 2009 and was celebrated on different days. Its date or day was not permanent. Because those who started to celebrate day , they were against each other. They were divided in various groups. So that the day could not be fixed. in 2010 , A Sindhi nationalist leader and Sindhi poet Dr Sarang Ansari , known also as Sarang Bhittai advised to all media groups and different organizations to fix a day . He advised , First Sunday of December. He gave the name as Sindhi Sunday. After his long struggle to fix a permanent day for the cultural day became successful. in 2019 , it was decided that , Sindhi Cultural Day will be celebrated on the First Sunday of month of December. So the permanent and fix day is the creation of Dr Sarang Ansari ( Sarang Bhittai ) who lives in Queens, New York , United States of America. He is now a citizen of America. He lives with his family. He has 3 sons and one daughter. His wife`s name is Koonj Sarang.


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