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Panjab Digital Library - Digitization of Angrezan Te Singhan Di Ladai
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Angrezan Te Singhan Di Ladai

Description Anglo-Sikh wars of mid 19th century have given birth to a large number of ballads and narrative poems and panegyrics about the heroic deeds of veteran Sikh warriors and betrayal by Dogra Sikh generals and collapse of Sikh empire. Shah Mohammad's composition is considered to be the supreme composition in this genre. It has become an immortal creation and literary landmark in Punjabi poetry. This edited version of this composition is a valuable addition to Punjabi literature.[edit]
Keywords Shah Mohammad, Singh, Ajit Singh, Dalip Singh, Sandhawalia, Lehna Singh Majithia, Jallah, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-008674
Author Kavi Shah Muhammad
Year 1946
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Prof. Ganda Singh Khalsa College Amritsar
Custodian Punjabi Sahit Academy Ludhiana
Length 17.8
Breadth 12.2
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         68
 
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