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MATHRA SINGH, DOCTOR (1883-1917), patriot and revolutionary, was born the son of Hari Singh, a Kohli Khatri, and Bhag Sudhi, at Dhudial in Pakistan. He attended the village primary school and passed his Matriculation examination from the Khalsa High School at Chakval. In 1901, he joined a pharmaceutical firm at...
MAN MOHAN SINGH (1906-1942), the first Sikh aviator and the first Indian to fly solo from England to India, was born at Rawalpindi, now in Pakistan, in September 1906, the son of Dr Makkhan Singh, a recipient of the Kaisari Hind medal from the government for his distinguished public service...
Baba Gurumukh Singh Laliton was a great revolutionary freedom fighter who accepted a life of sacrifice and suffering for the sake of his country. Baba Gurumukh Singsh Laliton was bom in 1888 in the village of Laliton Khurd in the Ludhiana district of the Punjab. He belongs to the sturdy...
Lal Singh (pen-name Kamla Akali), was the founder of the travelogue genre in Punjabi literature and an essayist of renown. His travelogue Mera Valayati Safar Nama (My Travel to England) has been acclaimed by the reading public. Sailani Des Bhagat, another travelogue, describes the return from Japan of two Indian...
Kanwal, Kesar Singh is a femous short story writer of this period who has pursued the same tendency of reforming certain evils of our society. By going through the stories of his collection Prem Dian Tahngha one feels that no doubt in his aim he is one with other short...
Kalepani, Diwan Singh passed his Matriculation in 1916 and in 1921 he got the diploma in Medical Service from Agra and joined the Medical Corps of the Indian Army. The most important period of life began when he was transferred to Rangoon, from where he was transferred to the Andamans...

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