16 On-Line Books and 2 Magazines by APNA


— On Tue, 10/19/10, Safir Rammah <rammah@apnaorg.com> wrote:

From: Safir Rammah <rammah@apnaorg.com>
Subject: APNA Update: 16 On-Line Books and 2 Magazines
To: preetlarhi@yahoo.com
Date: Tuesday, October 19, 2010, 5:05 AM

Dear APNA Members and Friends:

I hope you are doing well. Following please find a list of 16 new e-books and 2 magazines that we have uploaded recently. If you would like to add any book to APNA Web’s book section, please send us a soft copy with the image of book title.

Let us know if you have any comments or suggestions.

Safir Rammah
Coordinator – Academy of the Punjab in North America (APNA)

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Punjabi Books in Shahmukhi Script

Raat Di Raat (Poetry): Faiz Ahmed Faiz

Yaadan Ganji Bar Diyan (Memoirs): Dr. Harkreet Singh

Noori (Short Stories): Anwar Ali

Es Dhab Se (Poetry – Punjabi Part of the book)): Muhammad Sharif Khalid
Punjabi Books in Gurmukhi Script

Manzil Na Milee (Prose): Surinder Singh Sunner

Tirke Chehre (Novel): Charanjit Pannu

Vatno Door (Poetry): Shammi Jalandhari
Urdu Books

Jo Dekha Sunna (Memoirs): Qayyum Nazar

Khushal Khan Khattak Ke Afkar (Poetry) Urdu Translation by: Faragh Bokhari and Raza Hamdani
English Books

Diary and Notes of Mian Fazl-i-Husain: Edited by Dr. Waheed Ahmed

In The Line of Fire (Biography): Pervez Musharraf

An Examination of the Mystic Tendencies in Islam by: Zuhuru’ddin Ahmad

Muslim Scholars and Scientists: Edited by W. Hazmy, Zainurashid, Hussaini

My Indian Years 1910-1916 (Memoirs): Lord Hardinge

Rabindranath Tagore – His Personality and Work (Biography): V. Lesny

The India Pakistan Reconciliation and Other Experiences: Edited by Gilles Boquerat and Richard Asbeck

Awami Jamhoori Forum – Punjabi Number (Urdu Magazine):

Shabad – Special Number (Gurmukhi Magazine)
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About preetlari

"Preetlari", Punjab's magazine established in 1933 and published from Preetnagar, Dist. Amritsar. S. Gurbaksh Singh founded the magazine and also the model village, Preetnagar. The magazine is running in its 78th year and since last year is being taken by nearly 20000 primary and upper primary schools of Punjab ,too.

4 responses »

  1. Dear ones,
    I have translated Gurbakhash Singh Preetlari’s Punjabi book “Bhakhdi Jeevan Chingiari” in English under the title “The Spark of Life.”

    I want to get it published here as e-book.

    Pl let me know how to proceed.


    Harbhajan Singh

  2. Gal Punjabi jabaan di: Has anybody thought how much world famous website twitter’s name resembles Punjabi word titter (for partridge) and how the later too can be heard tweeting incessantly “Bhagwan teri kudrat” (Wow God, your Nature!) in the fileds?

    I wonder how the name came to the mind of the creator of the website. Perhaps it shows unity of nature at some deeper levels…


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