An Introduction To Sindhi Literature by Ghulam Ali Allana

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FJ M i rza Qaleech Beg has translated these examp l es from the book written i n Persian by Abu Raza, one of the d isci ples of Shah Karim , it, therefor� , can not be said that what was the actual syntactical construction of the sentences spoken by Shah Karim . It can only b e clai med that he m ust h ave addressed t o h i s courtiers i n S i n d h i prose. We also perceive the traces of S i n d h i prose i n a book written in Arabic by a very wel l known scholar Makhdoom J affar B u b akai (d .

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1 5. B u rt o n , R . F . 89. "fa ) who, i n his book ( . ;J I �_. ) orig inally written i n Persian , has used some sentences and p rove­ rbs of S i n d h i lanquage. One of the p roverbs he has used r : �.. , " ... ,, �;·· 1 Ci L. ;; "'"�' ,_; Yo · � __,E=:. l) P ROSE OF EAR LY BRITI S H P E R I O D (Nandiram Age) The p rose writing in S i n d h i lang uage, in real sense, com­ menced from the l ast days of the Tal p u r ' s ru l e (1 782-1 843 AD) and early days ot tmtish ru le (1 843-1 947 AD) 111 S i n d h.

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