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Boliyaan Siaamo Naar Holdarni

Description "Boli" or "Bolian" is a type of Punjabi poetic oral recitation as well written aspect of Punjabi folklore. Majority of these compositions are four-line verses meant to be recited or sung in a choral singing on fairs, festivals and marriage ceremonies. It covers a variety of themes associated with Punjabi's rural life such as female beauty, male muscular strength, close family relationship and socio-religious behavior. The present collection as the title is suggestive, are related to the beauty, pranks and personal tragedy of the wife of a Punjabi's soldier of a sergeant (Holder) rank. The "Bolies" are quite fluent, racy, rhythmical, interesting and technically balanced. The poet has a good command over the language and knows the subtle nuances of Punjabi versification[edit]
Keywords Siamo, Holder, Garja, Calcutta, Lahore, Mehra, Judge, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001668
Author Kavi Chajju Singh
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Bhai Parkasha Singh Sukhdev Singh
Custodian PDL3
Length 26.0
Breadth 17.0
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         20
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