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New Shahmukhi Books. 1-Jnidrey Tan Daisan Tira 5-Punjabi Darshan te Ik Jhaat · Jaspal Singh. New Gurmukhi Books. 6-Tarail Jehey Moti. Books shelved as punjabi: ਲੂਣਾ by Shiv Kumar Batalvi, Marhi da Diva - Last Flicker by Gurdial Singh, Saintly Sinner (Pavitra Paapi) by Nanak Singh, Dhuni. A NUMBER OF PDF BOOKS AVAILABLE ON THIS App ARE collected from social media. THERE ARE A NUMBER OF PDF BOOKS WHICH ARE WIDELY.

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Pritam's Sunehe Messages received the Sahitya Akademi in In it, Pritam explores the impact of social morality on women.

Socialist themes of revolution meanwhile influenced writers like Pash whose work demonstrates the influence of Pablo Neruda and Octavio Paz. Punjabi fiction in modern times has explored themes in modernist and post-modernist literature.

Punjabi culture. Women writers such as Ajit kaur and Daleep Kaur Tiwana meanwhile have questioned cultural patriarchy and the subordination of women in their work.

Qatl Hai" published by Lahore Books. His stories are gripping and provide deep insight into the rural and urban modern Punjab.

Modern Punjab drama developed through Ishwar Nanda's Ibsen-influenced Suhag in , and Gursharan Singh who helped popularize the genre through live theatre in Punjabi villages. Second generation writers of Punjabi ancestry such as Rupinderpal Singh Dhillon writes under the name Roop Dhillon have explored the relationship between British Punjabis and their immigrant parents as well as experiment with surrealism, science-fiction and crime-fiction. The most successful writer has been Shivcharan Jaggi Kussa.

Ranjit Singh — subsequently built up the Punjab region into a powerful Sikh kingdom and attached to it the adjacent provinces of Multan , Kashmir , and Peshawar all of which are now fully or partially administered by Pakistan. By the late 19th century, however, the Indian nationalist movement took hold in the province.

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One of the most significant events associated with the movement was the Massacre of Amritsar , which resulted from an order given by the British general Reginald Edward Harry Dyer to fire on a group of some 10, Indians who had convened to protest new antisubversion regulations enacted by the British administration; according to one report, nearly died and about 1, were injured in the conflict.

When India gained its independence in , the British province of Punjab was split between the new sovereign states of India and Pakistan, and the smaller, eastern portion became part of India. Joanjoc After independence, the history of the Indian Punjab was dominated by Sikh agitation for a separate Punjabi -speaking state, led by Tara Singh and later by his political successor, Sant Fateh Singh.

Political and administrative leadership for the enlarged Punjab was provided by Sardar Partap Singh Kairon, chief minister of the state from to Eventually, the government of India met the demand. On November 1, , Punjab was divided on the basis of language into the mostly Hindi -speaking state of Haryana and the new, primarily Punjabi-speaking state of Punjab; meanwhile, the northernmost districts were transferred to Himachal Pradesh , and the newly constructed city of Chandigarh and its immediate surroundings became a separate union territory.

Though not a part of either state, the city of Chandigarh was retained as the joint administrative headquarters, or capital, of both Haryana and Punjab. In order to attain their goal, those groups began to use terrorism, including the indiscriminate killing of Punjabi Hindus and even those Sikhs who opposed the creation of Khalistan.

The Sikh leader Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and most of his armed followers were killed, as were at least Indian soldiers.

In retaliation, Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was assassinated at her Delhi home by two of her Sikh bodyguards, which in turn led to violence against Sikhs in Delhi and elsewhere. A climate of violence and disorder persisted in Punjab through the s, but by the early s the state had returned to relative stability.

Mera Pakistani Safarnama by Balraj Sahni. Iklaape da jangal Hardcover by Jameel Ahmed Paul.

SIKH BOOKS OF VALUE

Punjabi Century, Paperback by Prakash Tandon. Balraj Sahni: An Autobiography Paperback by Balraj Sahni.

Sultan Razia by Balwant Gargi. Khirkian Hardcover by Narinder Singh Kapoor.

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Zafarnama Hardcover by Guru Gobind Singh. Gareeb Di Duniya by Nanak Singh.

Param Manukh Hardcover by Gurbaksh Singh. Haani Hardcover by Jaswant Singh Kanwal.

The Naked Triangle: An Autobiographical Novel by Balwant Gargi. Parsa by Gurdial Singh.Socialist themes of revolution meanwhile influenced writers like Pash whose work demonstrates the influence of Pablo Neruda and Octavio Paz.

Nanak himself composed Punjabi verse incorporating vocabulary from Sanskrit , Arabic , Persian , and other South Asian languages as characteristic of the Gurbani tradition. The state is divided into more than a dozen districts, which are grouped into several revenue divisions.

Inqilab Paperback by Khwaja Ahmad Abbas. Punjabi culture. Punjabi Language Mini Vocabulary Builder:

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