Darya Khan Rind

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Darya Khan Rind

Darya Khan Rind (Sindhi: دريا خان رند (born in Shahpur Chakar), was a Sindhi poet from Shahpur Chakar, Pakistan . He was also the leader of his tribe the Rind, who live in villages near Shahpur Chakar.[1] He has only son, Hazoor Bux Rind, a young Sindhi poet and social worker, known as Haqeer Rind[2]

The Darya Khan Rind Cricket Ground and Darya Khan Rind Academy in Shahpur Chakar are named after him.

Books[edit]

His new book published last year Saah Preen Je Hath Mein which means "Life in hands of Beloved". This is the collection of his mostly written poetry.[3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ M, Raza. JIHARA CHUNI CHIT”.SINDHI ADABI SANGAT .
  2. ^ B, H. MITHA MAEN WENDA WALYA”. DARYA KHAN ACADEMY .
  3. ^ K, D. SAAH PIREEN JE HATH MEN”.DARYA KHAN ACADEMY .

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