List of Sindhologists

This article contains a list of Sindhologists. A Sindhologist is a person who studies Sindhology. Sindhology is the study of the history, society, culture, and literature of Sindh, a Pakistani province.

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1876-1958 – John Marshall (English)

1886-1968 – Imdad Ali Imam Ali Kazi (Pakistani)

1897-1938 – Nani Gopal Majumdar (Indian)

1908-1981 – Muhammed Usman Diplai (Pakistani)

1911-1982 – Hassam-ud-Din Rashidi (Pakistani)

1917-2011 – Nabi Bakhsh Khan Baloch (Pakistani)

1920-2009 – Ahmad Hasan Dani (Pakistani)

1921-2003 – Kewairam Ratanmal Malkani (Indian)

1922-2003 – Annemarie Schimmel (German)

1924-2003 – Ghulam Mustafa Qasmi (Pakistani)

1927-1992 – George Franklin Dales Jr. (American)

1934-present – AllahDad Bohyo (Pakistani)

1940-2014 – Jean-François Jarrige (French)

1940-present – Ghulam Ali Allana (Pakistani)

1941-present – Asko Parpola (Finnish)

1941-present – Mubarak Ali (Pakistani)

1952-present – Jonathan Mark Kenoyer (American)

1952-present – Yvette Rosser (American)

1954-present – Ali Sultaan Asani (American)

19??-present – Jennifer Sandra Cole (American)

19??-present – Sarah Frances Deborah Ansari (British)

19??-present – Michel Boivin (French)

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References;

(1) – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Sindhologists

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