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Description This collection of poems written in Devnagri script in Hindi is actually Punjabi poems in diction and expression. Only the wording is in Hindi. These are songs, lyrics, poems, odes and elegies about romance love, beauty of nature, great men and some sad personal losses. Although the poet has experimented with several metrical compositions, these poems lack the finesse and literary flavour of good Punjabi poetry. They suffer from lack of craftsmanship and subtle nuances of poetic vision. These are meant to delight the lay rustic readers and recited among small audiences[edit]
Keywords Apna Aap, Radhe Shyam, Nawan Jamane, Noorjahan, Hari Mandir, Jatt, Tagore, Shaheed, Sehra, Cheeray wala, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001688
Author Jaswant Rai
Year 1943
Script Gurmukhi
Language Hindi
Custodian Harnam Singh Shan, Dr.
Length 12.3
Breadth 18.0
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         200
 
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