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Khushwant Singh

Khushwant Singh tells the story of the land and its people from the earliest time to the present day. He covers the upheavals of the subcontinent over five millennia, and how they have come to mould the India of today. He also offers perceptive insights into India's ethnic diversity, its religions, ..
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One of Khushwant Singh's classic collections, Sex, Scotch and Scholarship reflects the author's many passions - his love for nature and travel; his interest in religions of the world - Sikhism in particular; sex and humour; people and politics. It includes a fine essay on Guru Nanak and translations..
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99 collects in a single volume the finest pieces Khushwant Singh published over the course of a long and prodigiously creative life. The essays, extracts, stories and poems (one for each year of his life) have been chosen for their excellence or because they represent an aspect of the author’s versa..
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Extraordinary Indians is a collection of profiles of fifty eminent Indians (and one Pakistani) from a variety of backgrounds and professions...
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The Japji, composed by Guru Nanak, the founder of the Sikh faith, is the most important prayer of the Sikhs and one of the most sublime and majestic examples of sacred poetry in any language. Comprising a series of hymns in praise of 'The One God Who is Truth', it opens the sacred book of the Sikhs,..
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Over a career spanning upwards of six decades, Khushwant Singh has done more to puncture the humbug, hypocrisy and prudishness of Indian society with his frank and unabashed explorations of human sexuality than any other Indian writer writing in English. This selection of Singh’s writings, On Love a..
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Well known for his unabashed interest in the fairer sex, Khushwant Singh revelled in the notoriety his interest evoked, almost as much as he did in the response he received from women. Indeed, this enduring obsession provided fodder for some of Singh’s best-known work, both as a journalist and as a ..
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When Khushwant Singh died at the age of ninety-nine in 2014, he had over a hundred books to his name and was widely regarded as one of India’s greatest writers. The hallmarks of his finest work were courage, honesty, style, humour, simplicity and great storytelling. Me, The Jokerman assembles over f..
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Khushwant Singh was convinced that India is a great country. He believed that we are the world’s largest democracy and our people, including women, enjoy a measure of political freedom unknown to any other developing country of the world. On India is a selection of Singh’s best writings on the count..
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Portrait of a Serial Killer is an unforgettable celebration of India and Indians by one of our most beloved writers.Published on the hundredth anniversary of Khushwant Singh's birth, none of the essays in this collection has been published in book form before. A chilling account of the serial kill..
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In this eclectic and deeply personal collection, India's grand old man of letters brings together precepts, prayers and practical advice by prophets, poets and philosophers, and his favourite passages from the seminal texts of the world’s major faiths. The Bible and the Granth Sahib speak to us from..
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An authentic, definitive and no-holds-barred narrative – packed with fascinating incidents and anecdotes – that brings alive the life and times of one of the most prominent, multifaceted and striking individuals (a former royal) in the sphere of Punjab politicsBeginning with a historical backgroun..
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An unputdownable volume that spans Khushwant Singh's long, chequered career, in which he reminisces about the people he met, befriended, and fell out with. It also includes fascinating, insightful pieces on the many places the author travelled. Characteristically 'no-holds-barred', each profile reve..
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This irresistible selection is much like Khushwant Singh himself: perceptive, provocative, often outrageous and always entertaining. It includes candid portraits of a host of public personalities and vivid accounts of several captivating places...
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In this vibrant volume, Khushwant, in his inimitable style, tackles all issues related to religion, faith, blind faith, new cults, and new movements in other words, he charges like a raging bull to attack the epidemic of gods and godmen that has swept the nation in recent years. Khushwant Singh quot..
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In this vibrant volume, Khushwant, in his inimitable style, tackles all issues related to religion, faith, blind faith, new cults, and new movements in other words, he charges like a raging bull to attack the epidemic of gods and godmen that has swept the nation in recent years. Khushwant Singh quot..
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What can you expect when Khushwant Singh irrepressible as ever, cuttingly candid and provocatively truthful decides to write about some of the women and men in his life? An unputdownable volume, which spans his life and his long, chequered career, in which he reminisces about the people he has met, ..
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I return to Delhi as I return to my mistress Bhagmati when I have had my fill of whoring in foreign lands…’ Thus begins Khushwant Singh’s vast, erotic, irrelevant magnum opus on the city of Delhi. The principal narrator of the saga, which extends over six hundred years, is a bawdy, ageing reprobate ..
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The partition of India was one of the most dreadful times in the recent Indian history. Since 1950s, it has time and again been depicted in various media. However, while most of those focussed mainly on the socio-political causes and effects, the Train to Pakistan is a novel which has captured the e..
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