• Ep.01 What is Sindhi Otaak?

    8 JUL. 2023 · Disclaimer: The views expressed in Sindhi Boli Podcasts are personal and do no represent any organisations that the participants and speaker may belong to. What is Sindhi Otaak podcast series? Purpose and its scope. This is an introduction to Sindhi Otaak podcast. The purpose of the podcast and its scope is described. Otaak is a Sindhi word meaning a room or drawing room where in olden days in Sindh, people use to sit and discuss social and other matters. It seems to be borrowed in Sindhi from Persian, where it is pronounced something like utaq. It is also found in Turkish اطاق (otagh) Noun T A room, a chamber. A compartment. A cabin. [The Turkish word is اوطه] اطاق یذیرائی A parlour. A drawingroom. A reception room. اطاق نشیمن A sitting-room. اطاق تجارت Chamber of Commerce. The podcast is in Sindhi language. Send feedback to https://gmail.com
    4m 10s
  • Ep.02 Losing Home Finding Home

    8 JUL. 2023 · Disclaimer: The views expressed in Sindhi Boli Podcasts are personal and do no represent any organisations that the participants and speaker may belong to. This podcast provides a review of fascinating book https://blackandwhitefountain.com/losing-home/, with real life stories of Sindhi people who were displaced due to partition of India. Books mentioned in this podcast Losing Home, Finding Home by Saaz Aggarwal Publisher ‏ : ‎ black-and-white fountain (14 August 2022) Language ‏ : ‎ English Hardcover ‏ : ‎ 112 pages ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 9383465328 ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-9383465323 Reading age ‏ : ‎ 8 years and up Range: How Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World by David Epstien Publisher ‏ : ‎ Macmillan (1 October 2020); Pan Macmillan UK Language ‏ : ‎ English Paperback ‏ : ‎ 368 pages ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1509843523 ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1509843527
    20m 15s
  • Episode 3 Library and wandering mind

    15 JUL. 2023 · Disclaimer: The views expressed in Sindhi Boli Podcasts are personal and do no represent any organisations that the participants and speaker may belong to. Episode 3: Library and wandering mind In this podcast I discuss my first encounter with great authors in Gujarat Vidyapeeth library in Ahmedabad, India. I discuss how open access libraries are important part of discovering unexpected subjects, writers and ideas. I also reflect briefly on the book The Worldly Philosophers, by Robert Heilbroner. How wandering mind can generate creative solutions for difficult solution is described. Books/articles referred in the podcast: Baird, Benjamin, Jonathan Smallwood, Michael D. Mrazek, Julia WY Kam, Michael S. Franklin, and Jonathan W. Schooler. "Inspired by distraction: Mind wandering facilitates creative incubation." Psychological science 23, no. 10 (2012): 1117-1122. Heilbroner, Robert L. The worldly philosophers: The lives, times and ideas of the great economic thinkers. Simon and Schuster, 2011. Klinger, Eric. "Daydreaming and fantasizing: Thought flow and motivation." In Handbook of imagination and mental simulation, pp. 225-239. Psychology Press, 2012. Smith, Adam. The wealth of nations [1776]. Vol. 11937. na, 1937. Smith, Adam. The theory of moral sentiments. Penguin, 2010. https://sindheeboliotaak.blogspot.com/
    14m 59s
  • Episode 4 When A Language Dies Conversation with Prof. Ganesh Devy

    25 JUL. 2023 · Disclaimer: The views expressed in Sindhi Boli Podcasts are personal and do no represent any organisations that the participants and speaker may belong to. Prof. Ganesh Devy, has written and edited close to ninety books in areas including Literary Criticism, Anthropology, Education, Linguistics and Philosophy. We hear more about how Prof. Devy came to do research in languages and culture. He carried out one of the largest public linguistic survey in India and wrote many multilingual books based on findings. We hear fascinating story of Sign languages in India. We hear why Prof. Devy calls language as a bridge between consciousness and the universe. G. N. Devy has received several Lifetime Achievement Awards. He was awarded Padma Shri on 26 January 2014 in recognition of his work with denotified and nomadic tribes and endangered languages. He was awarded the Sahitya Akademi Award (1993) for After Amnesia, and the SAARC Writers’ Foundation Award (2001) for his work with denotified tribals. He was given the reputed Prince Claus Award (2003) for his work for the conservation of tribal arts and craft. His Marathi book Vanaprasth received eight awards including the Durga Bhagwat Memorial Award and the Maharashtra Foundation Award. Along with Laxman Gaikwad and Mahashweta Devi, he was one of the founders of The Denotified and Nomadic Tribes Rights Action Group (DNT-RAG). He won the 2011 Linguapax Prize for his work for the preservation of linguistic diversity. Find out more about Prof. Ganesh Devy's work at following links: Public Linguistic Survey of India https://bhasharesearch.org/plsi http://www.gndevy.in/
    29m 43s
  • Episode 5 The Swing Book Review In Sindhi (audio)

    29 JUL. 2023 · Disclaimer: The views expressed in Sindhi Boli Podcasts are personal and do no represent any organisations that the participants and speaker may belong to. Welcome to Youtube channel @sindheeboli. This is book review in Sindhi language of The Swing by Isha Merchant.. The book tells story of her great grandmother's life who grew up in pre-partition Sindh India and had to migrate to India after the partition of India in 1947, Padma Bajaj, the protagonist of this factually based novel is a headstrong, feminist growing in 1930s and 1940s Sindh, who becomes a key source of wisdom, guidance and strength to her husband, children, grand children. The complex geopolitical context of the time with India's freedom struggle, world war two in the background make the story gripping and great read. You can buy the book in India and other countries. Here is link to Isha's website https://www.youtube.com/redirect?event=video_description&redir_token=QUFFLUhqbERYYVdBUmZxVzZNeGhZQnZsSEltdmh1STRMQXxBQ3Jtc0tuZmpCcmNQREM4cTNVOWUyaHpDNHNkZ3Z1UkRTeEMybmpmN0N0dnBldEIyTm9nakNzdDIyN1BveU1hUHM4OHB6b0pCdW9MR2VYZjN2NjdJQlp0Y2t3NEhKbHdHNzJRLVJHLVZMWHdkTnRJUThrLTNIMA&q=https%3A%2F%2Fishamerchant.com%2F&v=gPZ0qvwjb1Q
    12m 56s
  • Episode 6 Interview with Isha Merchant writer of The Swing Part 1 of 2 (audio)

    29 JUL. 2023 · Disclaimer: The views expressed in Sindhi Boli Podcasts are personal and do no represent any organisations that the participants and speaker may belong to. Welcome to Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPkZXq_sGIcKQXbKuRxGU2Q. This is part one of two parts conversation with a young Sindhi writer Isha Merchant about her book The Swing. The book tells story of her great grandmother's life who grew up in pre-partition Sindh India and had to migrate to India after the partition of India in 1947, Padma Bajaj, the protagonist of this factually based novel is a headstrong, feminist growing in 1930s and 1940s Sindh, who becomes a key source of wisdom, guidance and strength to her husband, children, grand children. The complex geopolitical context of the time with India's freedom struggle, world war two in the background make the story gripping and great read. You can buy the book in India and other countries. Here is link to Isha's website https://www.youtube.com/redirect?event=video_description&redir_token=QUFFLUhqbUZKNXpfQld5bG54eWZaWG9vOGt5dzEtVXFuZ3xBQ3Jtc0ttVjB0QkdKQjltOXYwLTcwdU5pbzFabk82cFlfWmpQeFdLUG9FZVF6b3VTdWRLajdseEdWb3REaVVKQjlVYl9LRmdFRHk2ZVZDVGplSzNIMFBMRjk3QUpwNXE0bFRrcDhILVVMNlpRYlA3NWF6SEFaQQ&q=https%3A%2F%2Fishamerchant.com%2F&v=3p8FR8DwLVU
    30m 13s
  • Episode 7 Interview with Isha Merchant writer of The Swing Part 2 of 2 (audio)

    29 JUL. 2023 · Disclaimer: The views expressed in Sindhi Boli Podcasts are personal and do no represent any organisations that the participants and speaker may belong to. Welcome to Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPkZXq_sGIcKQXbKuRxGU2Q. This is part one of two parts conversation with a young Sindhi writer Isha Merchant about her book The Swing. The book tells story of her great grandmother's life who grew up in pre-partition Sindh India and had to migrate to India after the partition of India in 1947, Padma Bajaj, the protagonist of this factually based novel is a headstrong, feminist growing in 1930s and 1940s Sindh, who becomes a key source of wisdom, guidance and strength to her husband, children, grand children. The complex geopolitical context of the time with India's freedom struggle, world war two in the background make the story gripping and great read. You can buy the book in India and other countries. Here is link to Isha's website https://www.youtube.com/redirect?event=video_description&redir_token=QUFFLUhqbUZKNXpfQld5bG54eWZaWG9vOGt5dzEtVXFuZ3xBQ3Jtc0ttVjB0QkdKQjltOXYwLTcwdU5pbzFabk82cFlfWmpQeFdLUG9FZVF6b3VTdWRLajdseEdWb3REaVVKQjlVYl9LRmdFRHk2ZVZDVGplSzNIMFBMRjk3QUpwNXE0bFRrcDhILVVMNlpRYlA3NWF6SEFaQQ&q=https%3A%2F%2Fishamerchant.com%2F&v=3p8FR8DwLVU
    31m 36s
  • Episode 8 Sindhi Boli Otaak Kitaben Nazm Audio

    6 AGO. 2023 · Disclaimer: The views expressed in Sindhi Boli Podcasts are personal and do no represent any organisations that the participants and speaker may belong to. In this short podcast a simple commentary on Gulzar's beautiful Nazm on books is given. Few some urdu words are explained along with brief comments in Sindhi. Enjoy. Subscribe to audio podcast on Apple Podcast, Google Podcats, Amazon Prime, Spreaker, Spotify and other platforms. Search for Sindhi Boli Otaak www.youtube.com/@sindheeboli
    10m 45s
  • Episode 9 Sindhi Poetry Reading 1 Audio

    14 DIC. 2023 · This is an edited version of the video podcast Reading Sindhi Poetry Online Session 1 which is available on https://youtu.be/NABb5I81dSo. I read and discussed few poems of famous classical poets of Sindhi Sachal and Sami and also few contemporary poets Dholan Rahi, Sarita Sharma and Kanaiyo Mando. Enjoy!
    29m 35s
  • Episode 11 A Conversation with Dr. Subhadra Anand about Tryst with Koki (Audio)

    24 MAR. 2024 · Conversation in Sindhi and English with Dr Subhadra Anand about her passion of writing, teaching and Jhulelal. We talked about her recent book Tryst With Koki. You can find the review of that book on Sindhee Boli Otaak https://youtu.be/oBHNWJ1jDOY We talked about life in Ulhasnagar Mumbai, Sindhis enterprising spirit and never give in attitude. Role of women in resettling of Sindhis in post partition India. Role of teaching and schools. We talked about motivation of Dr Subhadra Anand to write this book. We also talked about Sindhi Sangat and Indian Institute of Sindhology. www.sindhisangat.com www.sindhology.org
    55m 55s

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