Nanak Singh Novelist

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Nanak Singh (1897-1971), a prolific writer, has been called the father of the Punjabi novel. He made significant contributions to various literary genres. For him character was the determination of incident and incident the illustration of character. His greatest contribution to Punjabi fiction is its secularisation. He depicted excerpts from contemporary life, cloaked with a veil of romantic idealism.



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