[Forwarded message] Migrations from Sindh

Dominik Wujastyk ucgadkw at UCL.AC.UK
Mon Dec 28 15:20:52 UTC 1998

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On Fri, 25 Dec 1998 17:03:27 -0500 Mustafah Dhada <dhada at mindspring.com>

> I have recently joined the list and therefore am new at this. I am
> conducting research on migration patterns of Sindhis stretching as far back
> as the eleventh century. My particular interest is migration emanating from
> Sindh itself in and around Hala outward bound into the southeast and or
> thence overseas. If you have any bibliographic pointers and ideas as to
> archival and or primary sources I would appreciate an e-buzz. Rather than
> clog the list with responses I would suggest that perhaps respondents use my
> dhada at mindspring.com address. I will eventually collate the information in a
> synthesis and post it for others to view and critique.
> One possible source I thought useful to prove to pin this topic to the
> impirical wall was to deploy genealogical records. I am however, not aware
> that such things do exist and if they do how accurate are these records
> likely to be in the context of apocrypohal orality or in terms of
> telescoping distortions of records set to paper years after the event.
> M. Dhada., FRSA, D.Phil(Oxon),
> Associate Professor
> Graduate School of International Affairs and Development
> Clark Atlanta University
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