Sindhi Association of UK


Our main driving force is to serve the needs the Hindu Sindhi community in the UK. Our aim is to promote Sindhi culture and learn about our heritage and culture. The Sindhi Association of UK currently binds well over 700 Hindu families descending from the province of Sindh. 

The SAUK is a legally constituted body registered with the Charity Commissioners for England and Wales and has a centre in Kenton.

The main services and activities of the SAUK are:

  1. To promote Sindhi language, culture and heritage.

  2. To promote the study and research in the Sindhi language and to publish the useful results of such research.

  3. To print, publish and circulate reports, periodicals, books, pamphlets, leaflets, and other documents.

  4. To hold exhibitions, meetings, lectures and classes.

  5. Assist young Sindhis to further their education.

  6. Provide a library containing Sindhi literature, poetry and religious writings.

If you have any feedback or suggestions for improvement do get in touch with a Committee member and help out. People who work for the Sindhi Association are usually unpaid volunteers and do so to provide a service to the community.Working as a team we can make progress.

The SAUK does not get involved in political activities


The Sindhi Association has a centre for activities in Kenton. The Sindhi Association is mainly serves the needs of the Hindu Sindhi community, but also assists by providing space for local groups such as yoga classes.