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Sindhi

Official language in: India

Spoken in: Pakistan

Books | Podcasts

A comparative grammar of the modern Aryan languages of India: To wit, Hindi, Panjabi, Sindhi, Gujarati, Marathi, Oriya, and Bangali by John Beames

Papers on Sindhi language & linguistics (Institute of Sindhology publication) by G Allana

The Mehran English-Sindhi dictionary,: With pronouneations [sic], measurements, abbreviations, French phrases, idioms, singlewords for phrases, and proverbs, by Sanaullah

The date of Sindhi (Hata-Vanika) script & the need to propagate it: In Sanskrit, Sindhi, and English (Pushp / A.B. Sindhi Sahity Parishad, Pune) by Krsna Sarma Jaitali

Sindhi Sufi literature in independent India by S. L Gajwani

The Sindhi language (Languages of Asia and Africa) by R. P Egorova

Sindhi sahafat ji irtiqa ain tarikha, 1858 khan 1980 tain (Institiyut af Sindhalajia je ishaati silsile jo kitabu) by Azizurrahman Bughiyo

Sindhi studies (Studies in linguistics / Centre for Communication Studies) by Lachman Mulchand Khubchandani

Current trends in Sindhi (Studies in linguistics / Centre for Communication Studies) by Lachman Mulchand Khubchandani

Similarities in Sindhi and Dravidian languages by Parso Gidvani

Arabi-Sindhi lughati (Institiyut af Sindhalajia je ishaati silsile jo kitabu) by Ghulam Husain Jalbani

Muraqqa-i aqval o imsal: Arabi, Farsi, Urdu, Sindhi, Panjabi, Pushto (Silsilah-yi matbuat-i Anjuman Taraqqi-yi Urdu Pakistan) by Sayyid Yusuf Bukhari Dihlavi

Svami Dadu Dayala: Hindi aura Sindhi kavya ka tulanatmaka adhyayana (Rashtriya jivanacarita) by Jhamatmalu Bhavinani

Narayan Shyam: Master Sindhi poet by Holaram Hasija Hans

Sindhi literature (Modern Indo-Aryan literatures) by Annemarie Schimmel