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Description This collection of Punjabi poems is meant to be recited at a Sikh public stage for the Sikh audience. The poet expresses his allegiance to Sikh religion and its fundamental ethos. He loves his country but he loves his religion first. These poems are topical in the sense that these were written during the years of India's/Punjab's partition when the Sikhs also dreamed for a homeland. The quality and content of these poems is more sentimental than literary. There appeal is limited[edit]
Keywords Panth, Panj Darya, Panj Piaray, Char Dularay, Azad Hasiyat, Khalsa, Punjab, Sacha Sauda, Nankana, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000738
Author Teja Singh M. A.
Year 1949
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Pritam Singh
Custodian G.S. Lamba, Jalandhar
Length 18.0
Breadth 12.0
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         40
 
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