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The Sindhian

The Sindhian

  • The Sindhian - Jul-Sep 2014
  • Price : 99.00
  • The Sindhian
  • Issues 35
  • Language - English
  • Published quarterly
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The rains are finally here, and people are sort of back from their travels abroad and in the country. Kiara Advani stayed, after all she had a movie release, her very first. Fugly didn't quite make the box office, but hey, she's got her whole career in front of her. Standing tall among all the best on Turner Road is Kavita Singh's store of interiors.The story is related by her daughter Nandini, easily a chip of the old block, so to speak. Satish Kishanchandani is the lawyer of the moment, and he is handling part of the Salman story as well. Foreign shores do not deter us as our correspondents chase the NRI stream with as much aplomb. We’ve got stories on Soniya Kirpalani, a former actress/moviemaker from Dubai, Pavan Mukhi of the ‘Foreign Beggars’ from London, Sangeeta Bhatia a biochemical engineer and doctor from Boston, prominent businessman Jay Keswani from Lagos, Nigeria, and even a cross continent chat with Sunil and Naina Hiranandani, the brains behind ‘Sirf Coffee’ (New York). Closer to home in Bengaluru, we met with Mukesh Tolani, one of the partners of the famous local brewery ‘Toit’. Continuing with our never-ending search, we came across talented interior designer Ravi Vazirani, enterprising author Ekta Rupani's, stylish draper Ritika Bharwani, and music maven Kapil Thirwani. Not far behind were the young and restless - Shrey Sahjwani, Aneesha Kotwani, Sheena Sitlani, and Mohit Israney. Holidaying in Coorg at the magical Vivanta property in Madikeri, we were surprised to discover yet another beautiful wedding and honeymoon destination. India abounds in these kinds of properties. On our return to Mumbai, The Sindhian was surprised with an award from the Akhil Bharat Sindhi Boli Ain Sahit Sabha for being the best in the publishing sector for a community magazine.

The very first of its kind, this plush quarterly is dedicated to chronicling the ethos, enterprise, and aplomb of the Sindhi community. A Magazine that brings you Insights into Sindhi History, its Culture and its People. A Magazine that takes you places and showcases Sindhis from all over the world. A Magazine that informs and connects Sindhis globally. Published 4 times a year.