APNA Newsletter: 17 New E-Books


Dear APNA Members and Friends:

I hope you are doing well. Following please find a list of 17 new e-books that we have recently uploaded on APNA web. 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.

Please also note that all of the Punjabi music on APNA web page – thousands of songs – can now be downloaded as MP3 files. Please check:

Punjabi music in Real Audio: http://www.apnaorg.com/#songsrealaudio

Punjabi music in Flash: http://www.apnaorg.com/music-new/

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

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Punjabi Books in Shahmukhi Script

Akhan Lok Sayane (Punjabi Proverbs) Ehsan Bajwa

Globe Kahani (Short Stories): Jamil Ahmad Paul

Heer Kahani (Poetry): Iqbal Rahat

Masud Khadarposh Trust Silver Jubilee Seminar (Papers of Various Writers)

Khawab Gawacha (Poetry): Altaf Sikandar Busal

Qissa Mirza Sahiban (Poetry): Mian Muhammad Deen Qadri

Mein Te Ishq (Poetry): Shahida Dilawar Shah
Punjabi Books in Gurmukhi Script

Bathelona – Ghar Wapsi (Novel): Roop Dhillon

Tutte Tarian Di Daastan (Short Stories): Amandeep Singh
Urdu Books

Haider Ali Sultan (Biography): Syed Amjad Ali

Muslim League Ka Qayyam (History): Syed Sharif-ul-din Peerzada, Trans. by Shamim Shah Abadi

Vancouver Se Lyallpur Tak (Travelogue): Gernail Singh Sekha, Trans. Tariq Gujjar
English Books

Aboriginal Tribes of India and Pakistan (Anthropology) Hawabai Mustafa Shah

Balraj Sahni – An Autobiography (Autobiography): Balraj Sahni

The Culture of India (Social Study): Edited by Kathleen Kuiper

The Dancing Girls of Lahore (Social Study): Louise Brown

Journal of a Cavalry Officer including the Memorable Sikh Campaign of 1845-1846 (Memoirs): W Humbley
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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.

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