Life, I'll Weave your Threads
(Autobiography by Dr. Manzur Ejaz)
Book Review by
Dr. Devinder Pal Singh
Book Title : Life, I'll Weave your Threads (Autobiography)
Author : Dr. Manzur Ejaz, Punjabi writer, Intellectual and Columnist
Book Title : My Journey in Science - Autobiography of an Indian Scientist
Author : Prof. Hardev Singh Virk, Prof. of Eminence, Punjabi University, Patiala
Published by : Gracious Books, Patiala, India
Year of Publication : 2018; Price : Rs...
"Mera Jeevan Safar" (Autobiography of Prof. H. S. Virk) - Book Review by Dr. D. P. Singh*
Book : Mera Jeevan Safar (Punjabi)
Author : Prof. Hardev Singh Virk
Publication Year : March 2017
No. of Pages/ Cost : 160, Rs 250
Published by : Gracious Books, 23 Shalimar...
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It's been a while since I have posted something on this site so I thought I would incite some debate using the teachings of wise men from other regions.
Mos Egaardpeder Sen tells us that "Imagination, life is your creation" is the key to spiritual enlightenment.
I want to know what your...
The truth about the world's most violent conflict zones isn't black or white, scary or idyllic, corrupt or democratic. Yet our media tries to make it so.
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Bhai Vir Singh wrote the first Punjabi novel ‘Sundri’ in 1899. This book was written at the time when Sikhs were at a moral low after the fall of their empire and the anexation of the Punjab by the British.
The purpose to write such novel was to remind the Sikhs of their glorious past and to...
Vaheguroo Jee Ka Khalsa Vaheguroo Jee Kee Fateh
I need inspirational material on Sikhi for Sikhs and non Sikhs alike. people comming into Sikhi.
I need it for Uni Fresher fair.. and its kinda urgent so if you can recommend anything please post or message:wink: . thanks
Vaheguroo Jee Ka...
(The author gave this lecture at Cubberley Auditorium at Stanford, May 5, 2005.) I am grateful to Stanford, to Prof. Roland Greene and the Department of Comparative Literature in particular, for having me here as writer-in-residence, to Prof. Ann Gelder who is looking after the details of this...