Dr. Diwan Singh Kalepani- Makers of Indian Literature (An Old and Rare Book)
|Author:||N. Iqbal Singh|
|Publisher:||SAHITYA AKADEMI, DELHI|
|Other Details||8.50x5.50 inches|
Dr Diwan Singh Kalepani's is the tale of life which eventually outlives its time. He was a pioneer of post-Gitanjali Indian, particularly the Punjabi, literature. His literary works were infused essentially in philanthropic fervor, that as its natural outcome, helped his art skillfully transcend mundane realities. This biography makes evaluation easy for the inquisitive readers, for it delineates the journey of a brave soul on the mortal plane.
His journey begins from the nascent romanticism, passes through the crisscross of societal interests, and ends up in enlightened yearnings. Truth in the form of day to day realities, beauty of illumination of individual talent, thereby the intellectual development, and the lust for freedom, both of the nation as well as of the hearts of teeming millions who were seething within under suppression-all which built up this valorous man's psyche-are laboriously depicted in this book.
N. Iqbal Singh Born in Abbottabad, now in Pakistan, obtained his master's degree in English literature whilst a student at Government College in Lahore. Thereafter, he joined All India Radio. It was only later that he took to writing and published two definitive works, namely The Andaman Story and a biography of Amrita Sher-Gil. He also continued to freelance for radio and television and writing for national and international journals and newspapers.
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