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Bina Patey Wala Khat A collection of Punjabi Poems

Author Name: Kanwaljit Singh Dhudike | Format: Paperback | Genre : Poetry | Other Details

Bina Patey Wala Khat by Prof. Kanwaljit Singh Dhudike is a collection of Punjabi poems about the changing seasons in one’s life.

The book is divided into four parts and cover different realms of life expressed gracefully and whole heartedly. The poet’s deep observations will take you down the memory lane to experience the essence of Punjabi Heritage in the 90’s era. The best poems of the book also talk about the agonies faced by people during 1984 riots, which was the time of traumatic terror in the history of Punjab. This book makes for a special space as it also comprises some of the rare calligraphic illustrations made by the poet during his lifetime.

Published in 1997, this was the first book penned by Prof. Kanwaljit in his late twenties. He left for his heavenly abode in September 2014 and an initiative to republish this book with some new addition of poems is a small attempt to keep his message alive in the hearts of today’s youngsters.

With all the love and warmth, we are proud to present our legendary father’s book in a new avatar.

-Amrit Ammu & Harnoor Singh

December, 2016

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Kanwaljit Singh Dhudike

Being one of India’s most acknowledged Punjabi news-readers, photo-artists, poets and a column-writer, Prof. Kanwaljit Singh Dhudike adorned many feathers in his cap. He was a dedicated artist working with his resources to promote Punjabi heritage, nature and beautiful moments of life through aesthetic photography, art and his thought-provoking writings. He was a pioneer in poetry based slideshows and was the founder-editor of International Punjabi magazines – Rang Punjabi and Parivartan. He diligently served his duties as an electronics engineering professor at GNDEC, Ludhiana where he also focussed on creative skill-development of his students. His regular Punjabi columns, Kisse titroo de and Tadke waale chaul won many accolades worldwide, and people still acknowledge him for his contribution and distinct style of Punjabi news-reading with Doordarshan Jalandhar and various international Punjabi Radio channels.

Recipient of "Punjab State Lalit Kala Award" – the highest in art category in the state, he was also a Life Member of IIPC and FIP in India and won more than 300 photography awards. He conducted various successful photo exhibitions and multimedia presentations under his name and his work is in permanent collection of Ludhiana Secretariat and various government and private collections across the globe.