|LC Classifications||PR9499.3.S53 Z85 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||144 p. :|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||2004309538|
Thoroughly researched and chronological in its details,the book has been credited as a masterpiece by the renowed Khushwant Singh.A vivid account of the birth and rise of Sikhism in the Mughal era,the book shares so much about the founders and followers of a religion whose pillars have stood the tests of time since years.A must read for all /5. In last two weeks, I have read three articles (two in HT and one in Ajit newspaper) by Khushwant Singh and all of them are about ‘clearing the air on his father’s – Shoba Singh – role in the testimony of Bhagat Singh.’ i.e. Sobha Singh identified and testified against Bhagat Singh in Lahore ant Singh has already many a times denied that his father’s testimony led Bhagat. Sardar Bahadur Sir Sobha Singh OBE ( – 18 April ) was an Indian civil contractor, prominent builder and real estate developer of Delhi. He is the father of Indian writer Khushwant Singh. Early life. Sardar Bahadur Sobha Singh was born in , in the village lura. Khushwant Singh - the noted writer and son of a Delhi builder who betrayed Bhagat Singh - is defending his father. He claimed his father Sobha Singh's act was not that of betrayal but he was in fact only speaking the : Vikas Kahol.
The Portrait of a Lady by Khushwant Singh traces the phases of a boy's relationship with his grandmother while growing first there is an inter-dependency . Jugga Singh. Juggut "Jugga" Singh is probably the main character of Train to Pakistan. In the beginning of the book, Jugga is introduced as the local town gangster responsible for all sorts of wrong doing and confined to town at night so that he could be kept track of. Khushwant Singh was an Indian novelist, journalist, and a lawyer. He was a man of many talents and served the Indian legal system, Indian journalism and literature all with equal passion and hard work. He was a well learned man and studied from various institutes like Modern School, New Delhi, Government College of Lahore. On Khushwant Singh and his father's role in Bhagat Singh's death In last two weeks, I have read three articles (two in HT and one in Ajit newspaper) by Khushwant Singh and all of them are about ‘clearing the air on his father’s – Shoba Singh – role in the testimony of Bhagat Singh.’ i.e. Sobha Singh identified and testified against.
Khushwant Singh’s family was rich. His father’s name was Sir Sobha Singh who was a builder and contractor. His Mother’s name was Lady Varyam Kaur. He was married to Kawal Malik and has a son Rahul Singh, and a daughter, Mala. Renowned film Actress Amrita Singh is his niece (daughter of his brother Daljit Singh). Rahul Singh, a distinguished journalist, has inherited his love for Pakistan from his legendary father Khushwant Singh. Hiding behind distinguished Indian journalist Rahul Singh’s calm exterior, is the excitement at having been able to take a pilgrimage to Hadali. First published in , this remains the most comprehensive and authoritative book on the Sikhs. The new edition updated to the present recounts the return of the community to the mainstream of national life. Written in Khushwant Singh's trademark style to be accessible to a general, non-scholarly audience, the book is based on scholarly archival research/5(3). Caustic columnist, noted contemporary fiction writer, and a poet of repute, Khushwant Singh was a man of many talents. But for the common man, his most well known work will always be his joke books.