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Ondaatje’s “The English Patient” Starring Kirpal ‘Kip’ Singh as WWII Sapper Wins Booker Prize as its “Greatest Ever" Novel CANADIAN PRESS

A plot tinged with mystery and compelling characters, including a Canadian nurse and a Sikh bomb-disposal expert …

“A New Generation Wants To Reconnect With Punjabi” IQBAL HAIDER BUTT

I have tried to preserve the best of Punjabi in these tales, connecting with the soul of the people.

Fish Eat Fish World:
A Children’s Book by Bhupinder Singh A Book Review by FATEHPAL SINGH TARNEY

It conveys some basic Sikh principles - especially that of chardi kalaa.

The Autobiography Of A Sikh-Canadian:
Gian Singh Sandhu A Book Review by JIM COYLE

A celebration of an extraordinarily resilient people, the Sikhs ...

Gurmehar’s Act of Freedom A Book Review by NATASHA BADHWAR

The story of three generations of women -- her naani (maternal grandmother) Amarjeet Kaur, her mother Raji Kaur, and Gurmehar Kaur herself.

The Assassinations:
A New Novel Explores India’s 1984 Sikh Genocide VIKRAM KAPUR

It was as if the Partition of Punjab had descended one more time.

Unni Sau Chaurasi:
Harbhajan Singh’s
Poetry of Nineteen-Eighty-Four MAHMOOD AWAN

The longing and sadness of a helpless, stateless soul.

Rupi Kaur’s Poetry Collections Are The Top-Selling Books In The United States AGATHA FRENCH, The Los Angeles Times

It is genius to pick the things that almost everyone could recognize in their lives.

Re-Reading Guru Nanak A Book Review by SARAH KAZMI

The Sikh Gurus chose to align themselves with the oppressed and the downtrodden.

A Glittering History Of The World’s Most Famous Diamond:
Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s and Duleep Singh’s Koh-i-Noor A Book Review by LISA KAAKI

Today, the rock star gem is a symbol of the colonial looting by the British.

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