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Sundari

Description This is a Hindi translation of Bhai Vir Singh's famous Novel "Sundari" from Punjabi. It enacts the bravery of Sikh men and women of 18th century Punjab who fought and made sacrifices to fight the Mughal and Afghan territory. The Hindi translation is likely to popularize not only this famous novel among Hindi readers, but also create awareness among the people of India about the relentless fight of the 18th century Sikh warriors to protect the honour of Indian women and uphold India's honour. The translation captures the letter and spirit of the original while maintaining its own literary flavour in Hindi[edit]
Keywords Gugh, Mughal, Balwant Singh, Sham Singh, Sursati, Sundari, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001683
Author Bhai Vir Singh
Year 1982
Script Devnagari
Language Hindi
Publisher Bhai Vir Singh
Custodian Harnam Singh Shan, Dr.
Length 12.0
Breadth 17.2
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         88
 
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