An Introduction To Sindhi Literature by Ghulam Ali Allana

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M akhdoom Abu l - H assan , who is known as the fou nder of modern S i n d h i writ i n g system , M akhdoom Ziauddi n a n d M akhdoom M ohammad H as h i m Thattavi (1 962- 1 7 6 1 AD) , were p rofo u n d scholars and . t heologians of t h i s age. Shah Abdu l Latif is the lead i n g personality of this age. The poetry of Shah reflects not only the culture and social l ife of S i n d h i. 2. 3. 4. 5. Asadu llah Shah, Tazkirah Sho 'rai Tikhur, Hyderabad , S i n d h i Adabi Board , i 959 , p p . 1 1 8- 1 i 9 .

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V.. -' ,(2) �) ,Jo L L. " O h , Shah launqa, the echo of the Rel i g i o n · and wordly affairs . L;. ;. 'J;, This is an exam ple of poet i c prose. B ravo ! Pir Patha! one of the enemies is dead and an other one h as fled away. There are many other proverbs and sayings of t h i rteenth and fourteenth cent u ry AD, which can also be considered as the exam ­ p l es of early S i n d h i prose. 1. Ali Sher Qan 'e, Makli f\Jamah, edited by Sayid H u ssamuddin Shah Rashdi, Hyderabad , Sindhi Adabi Board, 1 967, p .

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