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Born in Punjab’s Hadali village (now in Pakistan) in 1915, Khushwant Singh has acquired an iconic stature: he is, arguably, India’s best-known and most widely read author, columnist and journalist. He was founder-editor of Yojana, and editor of The Illustrated Weekly of India, National Herald and the Hindustan Times. His first book, The Mark of...
Khushwant Singh was a renowned writer, historian, and columnist, who entertained people through his columns and novels. He was a fearless intellectual who is remembered for his bold and courageous thoughts, witty jokes, love for whiskey, and frankness. Whether it is Train to Pakistan or Delhi, he’s gained our respect with every book he published, […]
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Khushwant Singh’s writing was brilliant, incisive, and most of all – unsparing. He said things like it is, confronted bereavement head on, and in Train to Pakistan, made sure every Indian knew the meaning of sacrifice. Genius. Designs by Ashish Kumar.
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Our history books have a sneaky way of evading the gruesome details and sticking to the glory of the past. I have always believed that seeing Indian struggle for independence through the eyes of on…
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Khushwant Singh's brilliant novel Train to Pakistan set against the background of the Indo-Pak partition in 1947. The novel beautifully captures the culture of Punjab, the emotions of Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs alike, as well as the gruesome horrora faced by the 3 communities during the course of the partition. The emotions range from love-happiness-sadness-seperation.
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Hindi - मेरी दुनिया मेरे दोस्त: Meri Duniya Mere Dost (Stories by Khushwant Singh)
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