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Param Abichandani

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About : Param Abichandani

Famous Sindhi Writer - Academy Award Winner - Research Scholar
33rd Awardee of Sindhi Sahitya Academy Award 2000

param_abichandaniParam Abichandani, one of famous short story writer and Academy Award winner was born on 14 July 1926 in Sindh and who resettled at New Delhi after the partition of country. One will not think of his association with literature while looking at his academic qualification, B.A., Diploma in Advertising and Diploma in Commercial Art.  Param has a long association with Sahitya Academy though primarily he was a freelance journalist who also writes in Sindhi and English.

In the Sindhi literature Param Abichandani is considered as the writer who is influenced by the Europe's existentialist philosophy. He has wrote a few novels also but his fame was of a critic and short story writer.  Even his book "Taka Tora" for which he was awarded with Academy Award in the year 2000 was a criticism centered book. During his association with Sahitya Academy he has also done quite a few research works. Param is associated with American Biographical Institute Research Association in capacity of Dy. Governor [Life Time] . He has also worked as the Editor of many Sindhi Magazines and produced some musical features for Doordarshan and All India Radio. 

Brief Introduction [Biography] – Param Abichandani

Full Name
Param Abichandani

B.A., Dip. in Advertising, Dip.Commercial Art

Residence City in India
New Delhi

Birth Place

Freelance Journalist

Date of Birth
14 July 1926

Short Stories & Critic

Contribution – Param Abichandani

Param Abichandani has written three hundred articles in Sindhi and English. most of his articles are on the subjects like Literature, Philosophy and Criticism etc. Some of books written by him are

Hik Jara Ba Jibhiyun
Taka Tora 

Awards – Param Abhichandani

Sindhi Sahitya Academy recognised Param Abichandani's contribution to Sindhi literature by awarding Academy Award in 2000 for book "Taka Tora".