The author is a Dublin based Punjabi poet. He may be reached at [email protected]
Lal Singh Dil’s poetry has the power to connect both the Punjabs, and all Punjabis to their shared grievous land
Casting a fresh look at the only anthology of female Punjabi fiction writers ever published in Pakistan
A worth reading anthology and a welcome addition to Punjabi poetics
Ayub Awan made a conscious decision to write in his mother tongue and KeeDi da Aata was his first collection of Punjabi verse
A critical overview of the captivating, romantic and inimitable poetic genres especially from Lahnda Punjab
Romila Thapar debunks the socially-accepted belief that Muslims and Hindus were always antagonistic to each other, beginning with the Muslim arrival...
Aasia, a self-taught painter from Wazirabad, does works in the native idiom, with surreal simplicity, intuitive strokes, strong colours and a...
Birds, trees, native sounds, mountains and rural landscape are the soul of Raja Sadiqulla’s poems
The Punjabi Adabi Board has published an edited version of Qissa SahibaaN which is exceptional in detail and content, and raises some basic...
Muslims and Hindus-Sikhs were never fully integrated as one Punjabi nation but they had found a way to co-exist peacefully. Then what really happened?