Tagged: Sikh Writer

Savage Harvest – Stories of Partition

Bureaucrat and author Navtej Sarna has a gift of words. This time around, it is an English translation of Punjabi stories based on Partition. It couldn’t have been an easy switch after shuttling the landscapes of Geneva, Shimla… Read More

Sikhs Read: Roll of Honour by Amandeep Sandhu

1984. Operation Blue Star has just ended and the Indian Army is arresting and killing innocent Sikhs. Appu is back at military school in Jassabad, Punjab, for his final year. He looks forward to three things: being class in-charge, passing out, and securing a place… Read More

How To Live & Die by Khushwant Singh

Death is rarely spoken about in our homes. I wonder why. Especially when each one of us knows that death has to come, has to strike. It’s inevitable. This line from Yas Yagana Changezi says it best: Khuda mein shak ho to ho, maut mein nahin koi shak… Read Me