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Kikar Singh

Description This is a biographical account of a Punjabi Sikh wrestler belonging to the Majha region of Punjab in the early twentieth century. The hero of this biographical booklet describes not only the physical and muscular strength of this renowned wrestler but his other human virtues such as compassionate temperament, his immunity against lust and other vices and his generous temperament. The account is very gripping and genuine. The hero's profile can be a role model for the present day Punjabi Youth.[edit]
Keywords Kikar Singh, Kartar Singh, Narowal, Dharah, Channan Lahori, Bahawalpur, Tonk, Nawab, Indore, Lahore, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001075
Author Horace Hayman Wilson
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Punjab Commercial Press
Custodian Punjab Languages Department
Completion Complete
Condition Partially Damaged
Pages                         40
 
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