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Category: Sikh Arts Forum
It was early morning on 15 April, 1943 that I was born to my mother Mohinder Kaur and father Arjan Singh at Patiala. The city also served as the Capital of Pepsu – a short lived State within East Punjab carved out after 1947. The area was known as Kutcha Patiala. I was the fourth child. I was brought in a Sikh Family… Read More
First, life. Then, its expression. The plum and the peach, if they are alive, must burst into a white universe of flowers when spring comes. Out of every bud a stream of flowers flows and engulfs them entire… Read Me
Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s “Samadh” or the funerary memorial built for him by his successors after his death in 1839 is significant for more than one reason; it commemorates the life… Read More
As a Sikh, I had the privilege of retaining the best cultural values of both Punjab and of the West, thus enriching my sensibilities & attitudes. I was a surgeon for about thirty years and now am an artist… Read More