Bringing Sindhi Youth in the City Together

Published: 08th July 2015 05:57 AM  |   Last Updated: 08th July 2015 05:57 AM   |  A+A-

Sindhi Youth

CHENNAI: With a view to offering a platform for Sindhi youth in the city,  the Chennai Sindhi Youth Circle (CSYC) was  launched at the Accord Metropolitan recently amid fanfare.

CSYC  aims to be a platform for the  youth from the community to make a deeper bonding with the Sindhi culture, language, and to come together to celebrate the togetherness.

As part of the launch, Mumbai-based stand up comedian, Atul Kahtri, enthralled the gathering with his humour.

He had everyone in splits with his jokes. Nandlal Pokerdas, who heads the Sindhi Educational Forum in Chennai, addressed the event with some golden words of support.

 The event also had some foot-tapping music and a delectable spread of drinks and food.   The circle will be headed by Suresh P Jumani, president of CSYC.

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