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Ranjit Singh’s Rock of Power:
WILLIAM DALRYMPLE & ANITA ANAND
It was not just that Ranjit Singh liked diamonds. But, the Koh-i-Noor was the symbol of his victory over the Durrani Dynasty.
She left her technology career of 25 years to dedicate herself to her Punjabi publications and storytelling project for children.
Uncovering The Truth Behind India’s Serial Genocides S. R. PRAVEEN
“How clean is the clean chit that has been supposedly given to Modi?”
Poet Rupi Kaur Becomes Worldwide Phenomenon:
25 Weeks On New York Times Bestseller List, Two More Books Of Poetry Soon
There are over one million copies of her first book in print.
Shauna Singh Baldwin’s New Collection of Literary Gems
A Book Review by ROSALIA SCALIA
She explores how being Sikh informs her work and her perspective as a woman.
The Tartan Turban:
A New Biography of Ranjit Singh’s American Colonel, Alexander Gardner
He served 13 years as an officer in the Army of the Sikh Empire.
A True Life of Relentless Adventure
A Book Review by RANA T. P. SINGH CHHINA
A stirring tale of the passion and commitment of Air Vice Marshal Harjinder Singh.
From Stage To Page:
The Full ‘Kultar’s Mime’ Story Is Now In Print
New book captures the journey of Kultar’s Mime, an internationally successful theatre production on India’s Sikh Genocide.
Gurmeet Kaur Launches Three New Children’s Books
Folktales of Punjab
A Review by T. SHER SINGH
I’m disappointed that these lovely creations weren’t around when I was growing up.
The Greatest Hockey Player Ever,
But Forgotten In Hindutva’s India:
Balbir Singh Sr.
His jacket had been 'lost' by Indian authorities, or possibly stolen, along with the rest of Balbir’s memorabilia.