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Through these novels he made available to his readers, models of courage, fortitude and human dignity.
Books by Bhai Vir Singh Ji – Books on Sikh Gurbani and Punjabi
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This article is about the poet, scholar and theologian. Bhai Vir Singh Ji had the benefit of both the traditional indigenous learning as well as of modern English education. Through these works, he paved the way for the emergence of the Punjabi poem.
Retrieved 17 August Please verr improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Fluent in Sanskrit and Brajas well as in the oriental systems of medicine such as AyurvedaSiddha and YunaniKahn Singh influenced his only son, Dr.
List of modern Eastern religions writers List of writers on Sikhism. Through byai journal, Singh established contact with an ever-expanding circle of readers. Views Read Edit View history. He then joined the Church Mission School, Amritsar and took his matriculation examination in and stood first all over in the district. Singh also criticized and discouraged religious fanaticism, citing those as victims of their own fears sinth on by a fervent and obsessive belief.
Sahitya Academy Award in  and the Padma Bhushan  . Indian philosophy Indian religions Sikhism. Charan Singh’s three sons. Charan Singh, who later fathered Vir Singh, to become an active member of the Sikh community, often producing poetry, music, and writings in hopes of restoring the Sikh community.
Retrieved from ” https: Ceer Learn how and when to remove this template message. Bhai Vir Singh bibliography. He died in Amritsar on 10 June Soon after the publication of Rana Surat Singh in book form inhe turned to shorter poems and lyrics.
Bhxi tracts produced by the Khalsa Tract Society introduced a new style of literary Punjabi. Modern Sikh writers to date. He used the Nirguniara as a vehicle for his own self-expression. With the fall of the Sikh Empire and the modernization of Christian, Muslim, and Hindu movements of proselytismthe Sikh faith began to wane until scholars and theologians of the religions, Singh being a leading one, began revitalizing life into Sikhism through their works of literature.
In Novemberhe started a Punjabi weekly, the Khalsa Samachar. The Tribune Spectrum Sunday, 30 April Ministry of home affairs ,GOI. Roy Choudhury Jeahangir Ghandy N. Singh championed the Sikh identity in a way that did not devalue sinbh religions. This page was last edited on 5 Octoberat At the time, Sikhs were often persecuted by the British, often being pressured or threatened into assimilating into mainstream culture. Bhai Vir Singh, the saint poet whose writings ushered in a new era in modern Punjabi literature.
The Khalsa Tract Society periodically made available under the title Nirguniaralow-cost publications on Sikh theology, history and philosophy and on social and religious reform. Poet, short-story writer, song composer, novelist, playwright and essayist. Subbulakshmi Kodandera Subayya Thimayya. Influenced by the Christian missionaries’ use of and reference to literary sources, Singh got the idea to teach others the main dogmas of Sikhism through his own written resources.
Vir Singh (writer)
Salim Ali Vijaya Anand D. He learnt Sikh scripture as well as Persian, Urdu and Sanskrit. Using the skills and techniques in modern literary forms that he learned through his English courses, Singh produced stories, poems, and epics and recorded the history and philosophical ideas of Sikhism.