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Panjab Digital Library - Digitization of Odes To Great Sikhs
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Odes To Great Sikhs

Description Sikh heritage rests upon the heroic deeds, sacrifices and martyrdom of its brave warriors and devout Sikhs. This volume contains a portrait gallery of Sikh martyrs written in the form an ode to each Sikh warrior. These odes written in English verse has all the qualities of established this literary genre like elevated theme, poetic rhythm and diction suited to a glorious tribute. These well-composed odes are sure to inspire the younger generation to imbibe the spirit of Sikh heritage[edit]
Keywords Baba Deep Singh, Baba Buddha, Bhai Mati Das, Bhai Main Singh, Bhai Taru Singh, Bebe Nanaki, Bhai Mardana, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-003648
Author Dr. Ajit Singh Sikka
Year 1997
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Sikka Publishing House Ludhiana
Custodian Harnam Singh Shan, Dr.
Length 21.0
Breadth 14.0
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         64
 
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