About Sunder Agnani
Born on 01 October 1936 in the Nawabshah district of Sindh and presently settled at Pink city Jaipur Rajasthan, Sunder Agnani a well known name from the Sindhi literature arena, is actually expression of multidimensional talent and excellence of work. Everyone who know or come in contact of him sooner or later find a kind of respect within self for him not just because of literary works of Sunder Agnani but just because of his polite and helping nature.
One can say that Sunder Agnani is an all rounder from the field of Sindhi language and literature. Though in the field of Sindhi Darma and in the capacity of Organiser he is miles and miles ahead of other but still holds a very good command over Short Story writing [about 375], Creating Cartoons and Acting [Drama Artist]. Sunder Agnani is also looked as a great promoter and preserver of the Sindhi language and literature as he had worked as
Vice-Chairman and Chairman of Rajasthan Sindhi Academy [1988-1990]
President of Akhil Bharat Sindhi Boli Ain Sahit Sabha [Since 1997]
Adviser (Sindhi) Central Sahit Akademi [Two terms 1988-1992 & 1998-2002
And at every post he succeeded in creating impression of his own style of functioning. This is he under whose guidance Akhil Bharat Sindhi Boli Ain Sahit Sabha. Apex organization of Sindhi writers, artists, dramatists, scholars and journalist has started to pay equal importance to cultural events to that of literary activities and went on creating a bond between literary personalities and common Sindhi citizens of India.
Literary Work of Sunder Agnani
Besides writing more than 375 Sindhi short stories Sunder Agnani has credit for several Sindhi books a few Sindhi Drama. List of his significant literary work includes:
1972: Nanga Pathar
1996: Pani-a Ja Rishta
1998: Biyo Paso
Muft Jo Maal
Awards and Honours
Some of significant Awards are:
Prof. M.U. Malkani Award by Rajasthan Sindhi Academy.
Lifetime Achievement Award for Contribution in Dramatic field by Akhil Bharat Sindhi Boli & Ain Sahit Sabha.
Award for book “Pani-a Ja Rishta” by Ministry of Education, Govt. of India.
Drama “Ishtahari Shaadi” was chosen as 2 best Drama at All India Sindhi Drama Festival held at Calcutta (1964).