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Description This collection of contains selected Dogri poems written in Devnagri script composed by three prominent Dogri poets. These poems cover a vast variety of socio-political, cultural and regional subjects. Written in typical Dogri dialect, these poems have the music and melody of hills, the strain of joys and sorrows of hill people and folk times. Despite the reader's unfamiliarity with the Dogri dialect, these are easily readable and comprehensible. These poems provide a panoramic view of the hilly region and a glimpse into the beliefs and festivities of Dogra people[edit]
Keywords Kehar Singh, Madhukar, Doli, Charkha, Manukhte, Vedpal Deep, A Nai Azadi, Akh, Duniya, Gazal, Sushri Prabha Devi, Raje Dian Mandian, Ichha, Do Pachhi, Bajaj, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001686
Author Dinnu Bhai Pant
Year 1959
Script Devnagari
Language Hindi
Publisher Cultural Academy Jammu - Kashmir
Custodian Harnam Singh Shan, Dr.
Length 13.2
Breadth 21.2
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         98
 
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