Role of Sikh authors in the evolution of India

On TV about Sikh authors

Many days ago, Associated News of India interviewed me about the contribution of Sikh authors to Indian culture. I spoke about Bhai Kahan Singh Nabha, Bhai Vir Singh, Khushwant Singh, Patwant Singh and also a new author, Ravinder Pal Singh. I had no idea about when the interview would be telecast.

Some days ago, I received a mail from Ravinder Pal Singh and he told me that the interview had been broadcast and was also available on the Net. He also corrected me –he was born in Kolkata and brought up in Orissa (and not Bihar). He also understands Bihari. I had reviewed Ravinder’s book I too had a Love Story, which has since become a bestseller.

You may like to read my earlier article on Bhai Kahn Singh Nabha or my tribute to Patwant Singh. I had also reviewed Rahul Singh’s book on his father, Khushwant Singh