DIVAN SINGH MAFTOON (1890-1974) was in his day the most talked about editor in Urdu journalism. Born in the Punjab he migrated to Delhi in the early twenties. His sole asset was a smattering of Urdu. Gradually, he grew in his command of the language and became known for
KALI (KALIYA) (My Lord) gave new life to Kali. (Gond Namdev, p. 874) The Lord who has created the beings and controls their movements. It cannot be a great feat for Him, if as Krishna He subdued and surmounted Kali. (Asa M. l, p. 350) Kali or Kaliya was
RAJINDER SINGH (1932-1995), or Qaumi Ektd (both had become synonymous), was born on 9 October 1932 at Mandi Bahauddin. Qaumi Ektd and its editor Sardar Rajinder Singh were two reflections of one single reality. One could not be dissected from the other. Nor was it possible to analyse or
SATBIR SINGH (1932-1994) was born on 1 March 1932 at Jehlum (now in Pakistan). Father : Bhai Harnam Singh, mother: Ranjit Kaur. Professor Satbir Singh`s tally of more than 70 titles covering a life span of 62 years makes a formidable catalogue. Among it are works of minute research,
SVAPAN NATAK, lit. dream play, is an allegorical poem in Braj, comprising 133 stanzas, by Giani Ditt Singh, a leading figure in the Lahore Singh Sabha. Published in the supplement to the issue, dated 16 April 1887, of the Khalsa Akhbar, a Punjabi newspaper of which Giani Ditt Singh himself
Satbir Singh, eminent scholar, was born on 1st March 1932 at Jehlum (now in Pakistan), Father: Bhai Hamam Singh, mother: Ranjit Kaur. Professor Satbir Singh\'s tally of more than 70 titles covering a life span of 62 years makes a formidable catalogue. Among it are works of minute research,
ZOBEIR RAHAMA (1830-1913), Egyptain pasha and Sudanese governor whose name is mentioned in connection with the campaign for the restoration of Maharaja Duleep Singh to the throne of the Punjab, was a member of a family which claimed descent from the Quraish tribe through Abbas, uncle of Muhammad. He was
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