The Sikh Psyche- A Study of the Ficitonal Writings of Bhai Vir Singh
|Author:||Harcharan Singh Sobti|
|Publisher:||Eastern Book Linkers|
|Other Details||9.00x6.00 inches|
Bhai Vir Singh (1872-1957), Father of Modern Panjabi Literature, in his trilogy. of fiction comprising Sundri, Bijay Singh and Satwant Kaur, has mainly depicted the ethos of the Sikh community of the Panjab, struggling for its survival and the retention of identity, during the later Mughal period of Indian history.
In fact, it is Turk/Mughal the Ruler who is depicted as a villain in these writings of Bhai Vir Singh and not the Muslim as contended by historians and literary critics of Panjabi literature.
Born in, 1937 at Dhamial, District Rawal Pindi, now in Pakistan. Migrated to Delhi in 1947 after the Partition.
Pursued interdisiplinary studies in a regular way. Passed M. A. in Panjabi Language and Literature (1961); LL .B. (1978); M. A. in Philosophy (1980); all from University of Delhi. Awarded Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Buddhist Studies by the University of Delhi in 1983.
Teaching Panjabi Language and Literature for last two decades. At present, Head, Department of Panjabi, Dyal Singh College (Evening) University of Delhi.
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