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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.
A Good New Translation Of Sukhmani Sahib
by Ek Ong Kaar Kaur
T. SHER SINGH
Translations are the need of the hour in present-day Sikhdom.Good translations, that is.
New Book On 1984 Fails Yet Again To Identify The Masterminds Of The Genocide COOMI KAPOOR
It shies away from addressing the larger political conspiracy.
Writers (Finally!) Protest India’s Trampling Of Freedoms
By Spurning Government Honours & Awards
RISHI IYENGAR, et al
The literary community is facing increasing hostility from extremist Hindus and the current BJP/RSS government.
Khushwant's Pen Drive ROOPINDER SINGH
A prolific writer, he wrote in longhand early in the morning.
Ten Essential Books To Help You Explore The Sikh Faith:
The Roundtable Open Forum #155
THE HUFFINGTON POST
Find a comfortable nook, settle in and let these books be your guide.
Sunjeev Sahota’s New Novel
The Year Of The Runaways:
Is On Man Booker Prize Shortlist
A brilliant political novel about migrant workers in Sheffield, UK.
Inni Kaur‘s New Children‘s Book:
"Thank You, Vahiguru” -
A Review by Mother & Daughter
Book Review by BANNO KAUR BAJAJ & GITIKA KAUR BAJAJ
The book’s bilingual format, English and Punjabi/Gurmukhi, makes the story richer.