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This Needs Research - VIII:
Who Was The Bard Who Penned The Epic Poem On The War Between The Sikhs And The English?
T. SHER SINGH
It was as much a part of popular Punjabi lore as ‘Heer Ranjha‘.
What The Eyes Saw:
Two Poems Dedicated to Heer
AMARJIT SINGH CHANDAN, Translated from Punjabi by GURMEET KAUR
“Separated for ages you meet again today …”
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.
Right From The Soul:
Rupi Kaur’s ‘Milk & Honey’
The hurting, the loving, the breaking and the healing.
In Her Own Words:
Rupi Kaur Inspires A New Generation
Amrita Pritam's Last Love Poem NIRUPAMA DUTT
A feminist before feminism …
The Morning After:
Britain’s Referendum To Leave The European Union
The sun will still shine …
First Moments Of The First Morning Of The Summer Break PRITAM SINGH
“I felt a void / A void beyond words”
Rupi Kaur Hits New York Times’ Bestseller List …
Now For The Tenth Week!
She now has 475,000 followers on Instagram and 34,500 on Twitter.
Once I Met Pitaji A Poem by MICHELE GIBSON
"Once he looked at me and smiled/ A contemplative grin with genuine esteem/ A long and meditative gaze ..."