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The story of Punjabi resistance, narrated through five legends
Priya Atwal’s book retells the Punjab story with new insights, focusing on the rise of Ranjit Singh and the fall of Punjab’s empire
Baba Nanak consistently displayed a forceful rejection of unjust authority and a love for the downtrodden through his many renderings
In his latest book, Nain Sukh combines oral and written texts to analyse the magical land of Punjab
The new Punjabi magazine Baramah, that includes writers from both sides of Punjab as well as the Punjabi diaspora, is a fresh breeze in the literary...
An analysis of the existential challenge Shahmukhi script of Punjabi is facing in Pakistan
Rai Mohammad Khan Nasir’s Punjabi poetry injects refreshing imagery into old folk genres
Amarjit Chandan’s second full-length bilingual collection is out, where the poems are more grievous and have a strange tinge of sadness
Brecht’s poetry, which originates from the folk-song tradition of Germany, has naturally made its way into the open arms of folk-rich Punjabi in...
Harbhajan Singh was one of the few Punjabi writers whose work challenged the powers responsible for causing destruction to Punjab and its people