Book Review: Ismā’īlī Movement in Sindh, Multan and Gujrat by Ali Jan Damani

Ali Jan S. Damani’s latest publication is a review of a book entitled “The Ismaili Movement in Sindh, Multan and Gujrat”. The book is written by Dr. Ghulam Ali Allana, an undisputed authority on Sindhi language and literature.

Published in 2010 by Mehran Publishers, Karachi, the book Ismā’īlī Movement in Sindh, Multan and Gujrat is one of the masterpieces inscribed by Dr. G. A. Allana. Available at economical rates, this book is a fascinating read for all those who wish to extend their knowledge about the origin, evolution and historical development of the Ismā’īlī tradition across South Asian regions.

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Ali Jan is currently working to produce the Khojkī script tutorials which are expected to be completed before the end of this year. His other projects include but are not limited to: A critical edition of a unique Ismāʿīlī Ginān, named Manhar; translation of Man Samjāṇī (a ginān) of Pir Shams; life, history and works of Saiyyada Imām Begum; cataloguing of khojkī manuscripts; and, unearthing unpublished ginānic texts from manuscript sources.

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