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Kartar Singh Duggal, 1917-


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  1. Kande kande.
    Lahaura : Singha Bradaraza, 1941.
    (LCCN: 98913498. LC has different edition)
    MP3 excerpt: pp. 41-43
  2. Banda darawaze.
    Dilli : Munasi Gulaba Singha ainda Sanaza, 1959.
    MP3 excerpt: pp. 59-60
  3. Wihawim sadi te hora kawitawam. Nawim Dilli : Nawayuga, 1999.
    (LCCN: 99940837)
    MP3 excerpt: pp. 23-26
  4. Papa punna hamarai wasi nahi. Nawim Dilli : Nawayuga, 2001.
    ( LCCN: 2001361397)
    MP3 excerpt: pp. 52-55
  5. Mitti musalamana ki.
    Nawim Dilli : Nawayuga, 1999.
    (LCCN: 00402951)
    MP3 excerpt: pp. 20-24
  6. Aba na basom iha gaum.
    Nawim Dilli : Sahitya Akademi,1995. This novel was earlier published under the title Mam- pio jae in 1974. LC has the 1974 ed.
    (LCCN: 74903023)
    MP3 excerpt: pp. 168-171
  7. Untitled.
    MP3 excerpt: pp. 277-280

Kartar Singh Duggal was born in 1917, in Dhamal, Rawalpindi District, Pakistan. He writes with equal ease in Panjabi, Urdu, Hindi, and English and excels in all genres of writings.

His works have been translated into several Indian and foreign languages. He has received many honors and awards including the Padma Bhushan, Sahitya Akademi Award, Ghalib Award, Bharatiya Bhasha Parishad Award, Bhai Mohan Singh Vaid Award, and Soviet Land Award.

He has served as Director, All India Radio and Director, National Book Trust. He has also been Advisor (Information), Planning Commission of India.

The Library of Congress has 118 of his works.

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