History of the Sikhs: v. 1 (Oxford India Paperbacks) Khushwant Singh $ Khushwant Singh is a terrific writer and Delhi is an absorbing account of history of the city of Delhi told from the perspective of a series of stories, each of which is told by a different character from a different period of history/5(96). The book is riddled with stereotypes that jump out of almost very page. Yet, a very readable and highly delightful book. Boasts of a very concise collection of witty and thought-provoking quotes by various authors, poets and thinkers, including Singh himself, who appears to be equally cynical about women, sex, love and lust/5. A work of fiction, Khushwant Singh wrote this novel at the age of A comment on hypocrisy in the Indian society, the book tells the story of Mohan Kumar who believes "lust is the true.
Khushwant Singh at the launch of his final novel The Sunset Club in Delhi in Rightwing Hindus dubbed him ‘the last Pakistani living on Indian soil’. Khushwant Singh () authored over fifty books including A Train to Pakistan, a two-volume History and Religion of the Sikhs, which is still considered the most authoritative writing on the subject, innumerable collections of short stories and articles as well as translations of Urdu and Punjabi works/5(38). I admire Khushwant Singh’s writing. He is one of the most candid writers of his days. I have had the pleasure of reading many of his books too, including Train to Pakistan, Sahibs who Loved India, Khushwant Singh on Women and Khushwant Singh on Love and Sex/5. Train to Pakistan is the highly acclaimed novel written by Khushwant Singh. It is set in when the partition of India was taking place and swarms of people – both Hindus and Muslims were migrating in large numbers.4/5.
♥ Book Title: Khushwant Singh's Book of Unforgettable Women ♣ Name Author: Khushwant Singh ∞ Launching: Info ISBN Link: ⊗ Detail ISBN code: ⊕ Number Pages: Total sheet ♮ News id: 6qKG1WIVCbcC Download File Start Reading ☯ Full Synopsis: "Though I Am Nothing To Look At, It Is Women Who Have Sought My Company . 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). I Accuseâ ¦: The Anti-Sikh Violence of by Jarnail Singh (Author) & Khushwant Singh (Frwd) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and