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Gul Hayat Institute was established in the month of August 1990 in the small town of Sindh Khair Muhammad Arija, Taulka Dokri and District Larkana. Institutes main focus is on Reasearch, Academic and Social Welfare.
|Name:||Gul Hayat Institute|
|Address:||Khair Mohammad Arija, Taluka Bakrani District Larkano|
|Date of Establishment:||August 1990|
|Type of Institution||Research, Academic & Social Welfare|
To impart education from Primary to Post Graduate level and provide Research guidance and source material to M.Phil and Ph.D Student in Social Sciences. A handsome number of Pupils, Students and Researchers are getting benefit from this institute.
To collect and preserve Source-material on History, Culture and Literature of our Times. This collection consists of Material and Documents on contribution of Sindh in the making of Pakistan also.
To collect and preserve Source-material on Political History of our Times. This collection consists of Press coverage such as News items, Press Releases, Editorials, Articles, Posters, Pamphlets, Hand-bills and Booklets, etc., relating to each and every political party and political leaders of our country. This institute has established corners after names of so many parties and personalities also.
Sindh Sabha (1882-1884), Sindh Hindu Sabha (1884-1947), Sindh Muhammadan
Association (1882-1935), All India Congress Committee (1885-1947), Bomby Provincial Conference (1896), British Empire League (1906), Sindh Provincial Conferences (1908-1920), Home Rule League (1916), Sindh Muslim League (1916), Satyagarah Sabha (1919), Siwadeshi Sabha (1919), Jamiat-UIUlema (1920), Khilafat Committee (1920), Aman Sabha (1920), Anti-Non Co-operation Society (1921), The National Service League (1921),
Siwraj Sabha (1921), Sindh Siwraj Society (1921), Sindh Zamindars' Association (1921), Sindh League of Progress (1922), Lower Sindh Jagirdars' Association (1923), Upper Sindh Zamindars' Association (1923), National Convention Club (1924), SindhZamindars' Sabha (1927), Hari Party(1930),
Anti Separtation Committee (1932), Sindh Azad Conference (1932), Sindh People's Party (1933), Sindh Azad Party (1933), Indian National League (1935), Sindh Progressive Party (1935), Sindh Political Club (1936), Sindh People’s Congress Committee (1939), Civil Liberties Union (1936), Siwraj Party (1936), Sindh United_ Party (1936), SindhMuslim Political Party (1936), Sindh Labour Party (1936), Sindh Socialist Party (1936), Unionist Party (1936), Khaksar Tehreek (1937), All India Muslim League (1938),
Sindh Sagar Party (1939), Muslim Nationalists Party (1946), Sindh Balouchistan Communist Party (1947).
(Every Political Leader, Man of Letters, Religious Scholar, Social Worker, Folk Lore Poet, Journalist and Educationist born in Sindh).
Sorrows of Cities, Operation by police and law enforcing Agencies, Kala Bagh Dam and Water problem, Bihari Proble, Qouta System, Language Problem, Un-employment, Labour Problem, Census and Population Problem, Destruction of old Sindhi Settlements, Division of Sindh, Tribal Clashes, Karo Kari & Kidnappings etc.
History, Culture, Literature, Education, Journalism, Social work (N.G.Os and their Activities).
Personalities as and buildings of historical value etc.
Jeay Sindh (First Phase), Jeay Sindh Mahaz, Sindh Hari Committee, Jeay Sindh Tehreek, Tarki Passand Party, P.M.L, (Junejo) P.M.L.(F), Sindh National Front, Awami Tahreek, Sindh Sagar Party & Sindh Democratic Party, (Their Leaders, Various Wings and Activities).
TOPICS: Syeds, Minorties & Labour Unions
Activities of Parties, their wings and leaders such as P.P.P, P.P.P(SB), P.M.L. (N), J.U.I, lu.P., Jamiat-iIslami, M.Q.M., AN.P., lW.P., Tahreek Insaf, Baloch Ithad, RN.O., B.N.M. Awami Qiyadat Party., Tahreek Istqlal., Milat Party, P.D.,P. Siraki Movement. etc.
M.R.D., Long March by P.P.P., Train March by P.M.L.(N), AP.C., C.O.P, N.D.A, and S.D.Aetc.
Army, U.S.A, LM.F, World Bank, Women, Child, Punjab, Religion, Judiciary, Accountability, H?man Rights, 8th Amendment, Elections, Care Taker Governments, Presidents of Pakistan, & Experiment in local Self government right form B.D. System of M.Ayoob to the District Government System