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  • ISBN: 978-81-260-0776-9
  • Edition(s): Jan-2017 / 2nd
  • Pages: 108
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Pash (1950-1988) best forwarded the paradigm of a revolutionary poet. More than political and ideological commitment, it was social and cultural alignment that impelled him to write his profoundly innovative poetry. Though in his first collection Loh Kath (Iron’s Tale) his poetry leaped forward under the Naxalite influence, Yet, in the second, Udhde Baajan Magar (In Pursuit of Flying Eagles) he outgrew it to a significant extent. His third collection Saade Samian Vich (In Our times) proved to be as much a poetic masterpiece as a cultural testament. His untimely death even before he was thirty-eight is the greatest loss that terrorism could inflict upon Punjabi poetry.

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