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Bharatiya Sindhu Sabha   06-Jan-2021
Universal Appeal
The Partition of India resulted in grave injustice to a small community of Hindus who lived on the banks of the river Sindhu (Indus) in the state of Sindh (now in Pakistan).
This small minority was uprooted from their homes, their culture and way of life almost destroyed their ancient traditions which can be traced back to Harrappa and Mohen- jo-daro ground to dust. The Sindhi refugees spread out not only over the length and breadth of Bharat (India), but across the globe in search of safety, security and livelihood.
Sindhis as a community were in danger of losing their soul. There were fears as to whether this unique community would survive this dispersal. Whether they would retain their unique culture, sweet language, and resilient way of life? Would Sindhis remain as nominal Sindhis in name only? Would they ever be united as a community again? These questions troubled a large number of Thinkers among the Sindhi community.
In these circumstances it became essential for all Sindhis to organize, to come together for unity alone is strength. In the month of January 1978, Forty eight Sindhi thinkers and workers gathered at the Kumbh Mela at Allahabad (Uttar Pradesh) and decided to form an all India organization to represent the Sindhi community. Finally on 29th. March 1979, on the day of Cheti Chand (the Sindhi New Year) BHARATIYA SINDHU SABHA was formed; whose Founder Trustees were Late Shri. Jhamatmal T. Wadhwani, Late Shri. Hashu Parsram Advani, Shri. Hari Atmaram Samtani, Shri. Vasdev Valechha, Late Shri. Chatrasal A Mukta, Shri. Baldev Boolani, Smt. Ishwari L. Jetley Shri. K. T. Shahani, Shri. Mohan Motwani, Shri. Lakshman Chandiramani. The function was inaugurated by Hon. Shri L. K. Advani and was presided by Late Barrister Hotchand Advani.
Ever since its inception, there has been no looking back for the Bharatiya Sindhu Sabha. In the 29 years of its existence Bharatiya Sindhu Sabha has more than eight thousand members on its rolls and around 200 branches across the country and thus is the largest single organization of Sindhis. For close to three decades BSS has been working to unify Sindhis and bring them on a common platform so that the Sindhi culture, language and the way of life could be preserved and not allowing it to be extinct. Apart from this BSS is also active in helping needy Sindhis including students financially.
In the present environment it is extremely important that each and every Sindhi including youngster seriously consider it to be their solemn duty to contribute in some way to save its community and culture from being pushed to extinction. It is therefore must for each and every Sindhi to unite and come on to a single platform and that platform can be none other than Bharatiya Sindhu Sabha. We the members of the Yuva Vibhag appeal to all Sindhis to Join Bharatiya Sindhu Sabha today and do your bit for your language, culture and community. Come let’s join hands to Save Sindhi and Sindhiyat.
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