Tuesday, 4 December 2018

Biography of Kartar Singh Duggal

Biography of Kartar Singh Duggal

Kartar Singh Duggal (1 March 1917 – 26 January 2012) was an Indian author who wrote in Punjabi, Urdu, Hindi, and English. His works incorporate short stories, books, dramatizations and plays. His works have been converted into Indian and outside dialects. He has filled in as Director, All India Radio. 

He was granted the Padma Bhushan by Government of India in 1988.[3] In 2007, he was granted the Sahitya Akademi Fellowship, the most elevated respect given by Sahitya Akademi, India's National Academy of Letters. 

He was conceived in Dhamal, Rawalpindi District, (now in Pakistan) to Mr. Jiwan Singh Duggal and Mrs. Satwant Kaur. He was hitched to Ayesha Duggal (some time ago Ayesha Jaffri), a therapeutic specialist. He got his M.A. Praises in English at Forman Christian College, Lahore. 

Kartar Singh Duggal (b. 1917) is a splendid Punjabi essayist. An ace skilled worker, Duggal has written a few books, short stories, plays and ballads. He stays unparalleled in Punjabi writing for having fictionalized milestone occasions in the contemporary history of India. Among his works is the commended set of three covering an unstable time of Punjab, beginning with the opportunity battle and completion with the announcement of general races by Mrs. Indira Gandhi after the Emergency. The main novel is called Haal Mureedan Da (The Plight of the Devotees), the second Ab Na Bason Eh Gaon (No More Will I Live in This Village), and the last Jal Ki Pyaas Na Jaaye (The Thirst for Water Never Dies). Kartar Singh Duggal was conceived in 1917, in Dhamal, Rawalpindi District, Pakistan. He composes without breaking a sweat in Panjabi, Urdu, Hindi, and English and exceeds expectations in all kinds of compositions. His works have been converted into a few Indian and remote dialects. He has gotten numerous distinctions and grants including the Padma Bhushan, Sahitya Akademi Award, Ghalib Award, Bharatiya Bhasha Parishad Award, Bhai Mohan Singh Vaid Award, and Soviet Land Award. 

He has filled in as Director, All India Radio and Director, National Book Trust. He has additionally been Advisor (Information), Planning Commission of India. The Library of Congress has around 118 of his works. 

Duggal began his expert vocation with All India Radio (AIR). He worked there from 1942 to 1966 in different occupations including Station Director. For the AIR, he composed and delivered programs in Punjabi and different dialects. Likewise, he wrote countless and dramatizations. He was the Secretary/Director, National Book Trust, India from 1966 to 1973. From 1973 to 1976, he filled in as an Information Advisor at the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting 

Duggal has wrote twenty four accumulations of short stories, ten books, seven plays, seven works of artistic feedback, two verse accumulations and a personal history. A considerable lot of his books have been embraced by different colleges for alumni examines. Among his works are: 

Short stories 

Birth of a Song (in English) 

Return My Master (in English) 

Dangar (Animal) 

Ikk Chhit Chananh Di (One Drop of Light) 

Nawan Ghar (New House) 

Sonar Bangla (Golden Bungalow) 

Tarkalan Vele (In the Evening) 

Jeenat Aapa(A Muslim young lady) 


Veehveen Sadi te Hor Kavitaavaan (Twentieth Century and Other Poems) 

Kandhe (Shore) 


Sarad Poonam Ki Raat (A Cold Full Moon Night) 

Tere Bhanhe (Your Wishes) 

Nails and tissue (1969) 

Different works 

Sat Natak (True Nanak) (One-Act Play) 

Band Darwaaze (Closed Doors) 

Mitti Musalmaan Ki (A Muslim's Earth) 

Logic and Faith of Sikhism, Himalayan Institute Press, 1988. ISBN 978-0-89389-109-1. 

Giani Gurmukh Singh Musafir, New Delhi: National Book Trust, 1999. ISBN 81-237-2765-8.


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