54 Punjabi Proverbs

'54 Punjabi Proverbs' is a playful rendering into English of some classic (and some little known) Punjabi proverbs.

Jvala Singh

Professor Kim Wagner, an historian of Global and Imperial History from Queen Mary's University of London, speaks about his book ‘Amritsar 1919: An Empire of Fear & the Making of a Massacre’ This talk was given at the first UKPHA Virtual Bookclub meeting on 20 April 2020
Join Jvala Singh, a PhD candidate and linguist from Canada whose recent book '54 Punjabi Proverbs' is a playful rendering into English of some classic (and some little known) Punjabi proverbs. Each proverb is a wonderful way to better understand Punjabi culture and the playful manner of the Punjabi language.

Join Jvala Singh, a PhD candidate and linguist from Canada whose recent book '54 Punjabi Proverbs' is a playful rendering into English of some classic (and some little known) Punjabi proverbs. Each proverb is a wonderful way to better understand Punjabi culture and the playful manner of the Punjabi language.

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