For several years, he served as the Editor-in-Chief of Sainik Samachar, a pictorial journal of Indian Armed Forces. He also writes prose in a style known for its originality, vitality and preciseness. Religion is his forte and he has attempted in several of his prose and poetic works to interpret Sikhism in the modem context. Some of his works have been translated into Hindi, Urdu and Marathi.
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