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Profile : Ravinder Ravi

First name:Ravinder
Last Name:Ravi
Address:116 - 3530 Kalum Street
Zip:Terrace
State:BC V8G 2P2
Country:Canada
Mobile:: ( 250) 635 44
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Ravinder Ravi is a famous Punjabi Writer. He is writing in Punjabi, English, Hindi and Urdu. His pen name is Ravinder Ravi and full name is Ravinder Singh Gill. He is a living legend.


Biography


I was born on March 8, 1937, in Sialkot, Pakistan. My official date of birth, as recorded in the documents, is March 8, 1938. My father, at that time, was a teacher of Punjabi & Divinity in Murray College, Sialkot. I received my primary education, in the Urdu medium, in Khalsa Scool, Dholaan wala chowk, near Sialkot Railway Station. I won the District Board Scholarship in grade 4. When I was in grade 5, due to the partition of India and Pakistan, we had to move to our ancestral village Jagat Pur, in district Nawan Shehar. I became an integral part of my extended family in Jagat Pur and started understanding and enjoying life in a new rural setting that was strikingly different from my urban background.

I completed my Matriculation from Khalsa High School, Sarhal Qazian, a mile and a half from Jagat Pur, in 1952, and joined Lyall Pur Khalsa College, Jalandhar, as F.Sc.(Medical) student. My father, at that time, was a prominent figure and well known teacher of Punjabi and Urdu, in this college. He wanted me to do M.B.B.S. and become a doctor/physician, but I had absolutely no interest in medical sciences. First, I failed in Physics and then in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. My father knew well that I will not fail in the remaining 2 courses of English and Punjabi. He saw the writing on the wall and allowed me to pursue a teaching career. I completed my J.B.T.(Junior Basic Teacher’s Training) from Doaba Khalsa High School, Jalandhar, in April, 1956.

I was appointed, as a primary teacher, in the District Board Primary School, in my own village, Jagat Pur, on May 14, 1956. This school, later on was taken over by the Government and became a Government Middle School. I worked there for the next 8 years or so and involved myself in Bhangra, Folklore, and Kabaddi. I trained my students for successful Bhangra performances and they won many awards. I made my name as a distinguished Kabaddi player, in our area.

I passed Giani(Honours in Punjabi) examination in November, 1956. Thereafter, it was an endless journey of examinations, as a private candidate, while still enjoying the intrigues of the teaching profession. I passed F.A., B.A., M.A(Punjabi) and B.T.(Bachelor of Teaching) examinations, in the follwing 8 or so years. I became actively involved with the Paryogsheel Lehar (Experimental Movement) in 1961 and the Coffee House, at Jalandhar, was the centre of our activities. During this time, I published my first 2 collections of poetry: “Dil Darya Samundron Doonghe“ & “Bukkal De Vich Chor“, in 1961 & 1963 respectively, and the first collection of my short stories: “Charaavi“ in 1963. I also compiled and edited: “Paryogsheel Kaav-Darpan”, which was published in April, 1964. According to Dr. Haribhajan Singh, I distinguished myself, as the leading poet of my generation. Principal Sant Singh Sekhon and Dr. Gurcharan Singh wrote the introductions of the first collection of my poetry. Kirpal Singh Kasel, Dr. Jasbir Singh Ahluwalia and Dr. Jeet Singh Seetal wrote the prefaces of my second collection of poetry and it was published by Prof. Mohan Singh, for his outstanding publication firm: the Hind Publishers, Jalandhar. Kulwant Singh Virk, Devinder Satiarthi, Kulbir Singh Kaang and Isher Singh Attari introduced my first book of short stories to the Punjabi readers.

I also founded the first literary association of our village Jagat Pur(Nawan Shehar) under the name of Punjabi Likhari Sabha and organized quite a few literary seminars and functions under its banner. Prof. Mohan Singh, Dr. Jeet Singh Seetal(Director, Bhasha Vibhag, Punjab,Patiala), Dr. Gulwant Singh(the linguist), Isher Singh Attari, Dr. Attar Singh, Dr. Jasbir Singh Ahluwalia, Prof Katar Singh Tar, S.S. Misha and Sukhalvir Singh Hasrat etc. were among the well-known participants. During this time, my friend and poet Mohinder Dosanjh played a key role in the organization of this Sabha, as its first General Secretary.

Towards the middle of 1964, I was transferred to Government Model Secondary School, Jalandhar(Near Teachers’ Training College), for a period of 6 months or so. Famous writer and criric Prof. Avtar Joura and the poet Mrityubodh were among my students, in this school. I ended up in Government Higher Secondary School, Talwan, district Jalandhar, for teaching English and Punjabi to the Senior Secondary students. I published my poetry book: “Bindoo” in 1965 and completed “Maun Hadse” during my teaching career in Talwan. “Maun Hadse” was published in 1967, when I was in Kenya but the poems, included in it, were written up to December 31, 1966.

I started my teaching career, on May 14, 1956, at a monthly salary of Rupees 97.50 and after obtaining M.A. & B.T degrees; and working for over 10 years, I was getting only Rupees 244.00, per month. This was not enough for a spendthrift like me, who had dreams of touching the skies and do extensive globe-trotting. I tried my best to get a reasonably respectable job in a college or university, but to no avail. At that time, we did not have very many colleges and universities. So, the results were evident. My friend and story writer Mahram Yaar immigrated to Kenya in 1966, in pursuit of a teaching career. He promised me that he will call me, as soon as possible. So, he did. I, who was fed up with the tightening noose, around my neck, of my heavy handed spending, availed this opportunity, contrary to the wishes of my family and decided to sail to the unknown lands and charter the unchartered waters.

I was married in 1960 and my first son, Amritpal, was born on September 26, 1962. My wife was pregnant, when I left for Kenya, to give me the news of the birth of my second son, Saihajpal, on February 5, 1967, when I arrived in Nairobi. I travelled by train to Bombay and from there I boarded the ship: “State of Haryana”, on January 21, 1967 and travelled via Karachi and Seychelt to the port of Mombasa, in Kenya. This ship used to be a pride possession of the British India Steam Navigation Company, once, but now it was owned and operated by the Indian government. I paid only 420 Rupees for my 13 days colourful and lively maiden voyage in the Indian Ocean. I wrote my first long and philosophic poem, entitled: “Yathaarath Di Talash Vich” and the short story: “Every Man’s Water” during this voyage. These are, perhaps, the pioneering immigrant or parwasi Punjabi wrirings of my generation. From there on, the life became an endless journey to explore the unknown and the writing went hand in hand with it, as its reflection. Most of my writings achieve their uniqueness from their autobiographical nature, as well as from my love and continuous search for artistic excellence.

I landed in the port of Mombasa, in Kenya, on February 3, 1967 and travelled to Nairobi(Capital of Kenya), by train, on February 5th. Mehram Yaar and Ajit Sat Bhambra were there to give me a warm welcome.I was interviewed, by Mr. J. Katua, the Recruiting Officer of the Ministry of Education, Kenya, on February 6th. and I started teaching in Komothai High School on February 8, 1967. My monthly salary was 1600.00 Kenya Shillings or 1680.00 Indian Rupees. This school was about 22-24 miles from Nairobi. I taught English Language, English Literature, British Constitution, African and European History to the O’ Level students, to start with, but finally I became the Senior English teacher and Head of the English Department. 4 years prior to leaving for Canada, I was appointed as the Deputy Headmaster of the Komothai High School. My monthly salary, at that time, was 2680.00 Kenya Shillings or 2814.00 Indian Rupees. Ajaib Kamal followed me, in 1967, and he started teaching, in Ofafa Jericho Secondary School in Nairobi, under the Principalship of Ajit Sat Bhambra. Mehram Yaar, at that time, was teaching in Thika, which was about 24-25 miles from Nairobi. Some traditional writers, singers and people from the media like Sohan Singh Josh, Deedar Singh Pardesi, Chaman Lal Chaman and Pritam Singh Chagger etc. were also living in Nairobi, at that time. In this way, Nairobi, like the Coffee House of Jalandhar, became the centre of our literary activities, on every weekend and during vacations. The difference being, that now we either met in the bars, pubs, dance clubs, hotels, resorts, restauraunts or someone’s house or home. after the publication of this play, some of my friends have, now, started to address me as a visionary.

I got the opportunity to immigrate to the United States in 1971. I spent some time in England and Europe and then landed in New York. From there, I flew to Cleveland in Ohio state. I travelled, extensively, in Ohio, with my friend, who was also unemployed at that time, in search of a job, but in vain. Finally, I flew back to Kenya prior to the opening of the schools after Terminal vacations. There was 12.5% unemployment in Ohio, at that time. I started my life from zero, once again. All the financial resources, that I had, were exhausted, during this wild goose chase. I wrote 2 short stories entitled: “Haathi De Dand” and “Chakkervue” about my experiences in the U.S.A. and England, respectively. Quite a few poems were also written during this time. In 1974, I, once again, got the opportunity to immigrate to Canada. By that time, my 2 brothers Jang & Raj as well as Jang’s wife Kanwal had joined me in Kenya in pursuit of a teaching career and they were very successful, as teachers. In Kenya, we were working on a renewable one or 2 years’ Work Permit. We could not stay there as permanent residents or citizens. That is why every one was trying to get out of Kenya and seek a permanent settlement in another country. Ajaib Kamal and Mehram Yaar tried, but they could not get immigrant visas. My friends and family members urged me to resign and say good bye to Kenya for ever. I loved Kenya as a country. It was known as the Switzerland of Africa, at that time. It was the day of Mohammed Ali and George Foreman’s fight on October 31, 1974, when I boarded the flight to London, England via Middle East and Europe. After visiting the places of interest in these countries, I finally took the flight to Vancouver, Canada, on December 14, 1974, reaching there the same day. My journalist friend and Punjabi poet Gurdial Kanwal, who was also my student in Jagat Pur for one year, was there to receive me with open arms, alongwith Dr. Gurumel.

Based on my qualifications and experience, getting the Professional Teaching Certificate from the Ministry of Education, British Columbia(Canada), was no problem. I had a good interview and I was certified to teach in B.C. I sent 500 applications. No body said no, but no body gave me a job. This is the first time in my life, when I was a useless unemployed person. Although, I kept myself busy in studying the North American and Canadian cultures from a close range by becoming an active participant in their social activities. Such things, in these countries, often happen in bars, pubs, night clubs, brothels and in the streets that are infested with the homeless and the sex-trade workers. This leisurely involvement gave me a good understanding of the problems that these societies are either facing or will be facing in the near future. These experiences with the first hand knowledge became the foundation stone of my next 3 plays: “Dar Deewaaraan“, Adhi Raat Dupehar“ and “Chowk Naatak”, written in 1981, 1983 and 1984 respectively. These are much talked about plays in the Punjabi theatre circles, in India. “Chowk Naatak” was staged by Dr. Surjit Singh Sethi in Mumbai and Goa. Subhash Ghai also staged it in Punjab, very many times.

Anyway, I could not get a teaching job until January 12, 1976. My friend, Mehar Singh Rahi, called me to Terrace and got me a job in the Pohle Lumber Mill, in the grave yard shift(12 A.M. to 8 A.M.), as a member of the Clean Up Crew. It was a hard but well paid job and my first manual labour in my entire life, up to that time. Mehar’wife Devinder and her cousin Harcharanjit encouraged me every day and acted as my guides and cheer leaders. .After 28 days, the Mill was shut down by a strike of the mill workers demanding better wages and working conditions. I was unemployed, once again. A friend Sohan Singh Sandhu, mason by trade, got a contract to renovate someone’s house in Prince Rupert. He hired me and Harcharanjit as helpers in this construction job. After 8 days of very hard physical labour, 3 of us were fired. The remaining easier work was given, by the owner of the house, to the boyfriend of his sister. I and Harcharanjit had become drinking buddies. Iqbal Parmar, who was also unemployed, joined us. We visited the Skeena Pub and Hanky Panky Bar alongwith other Bars of Terrace, on a regular basis for drinking beer and passing time. We drank good old and expensive Scotch whiskies at home. It was during one of these marathon drinking sessions that one day, I woke up with quite a hangover, due to the overdose of Chivas Regal, that I and Harcharanjit landed in the office of School District#92(Nisga’a), which at that time was situated in Terrace. I looked at the Principal, Herb Fader and the School Board Trustee, Alvin Mckay, from behind my dark sun glasses, with blood shot eyes, while answering their questions. It was an instant interview to fill their instant need for a substitute teacher, for one month. Some one was on leave of absence for one month. I accepted the job and by sheer chance, I landed in the Elementary School at New Aiyansh, in the Nass Valley, as a grade 7 teacher, teaching all courses. My term was extended for 2 more months and then for 3 more months, up to June 3o, 1976, the end of the school year. The new Secondary school was under construction, at that time, in New Aiyansh. It was scheduled to start in September, 1976. I was the first teacher to be hired, to teach English and Social Studies, in this school. I was also the first to choose a new teacherage, to live in, as well. I came here for only 1 month but I ended up working and living here for 27.5 years. I retired from the teaching profession and from School District No. 92, Nisga’a, on July 1, 2003, to become a full time writer.

In the beginning, I taught English, History and Geography to the secondary students. As more staff became available, I became a Senior English teacher and my assignment was to teach English Language, English Literature, Writing for the Media and Creative Literary Writing to grade 11 & 12 students. I also became head of the English and Social Studies Departments. After almost 10 years in this job, I was appointed to the position of District Resource Centre Coordinator and I continued part-teaching Research Skills to the students of the whole School District. Like Kenya, as an English teacher, my job was to teach George Bernard Shaw, William Shakespeare, Henrik Ibsen, Kafka, Jean Pal Sartre, Albert Camus, T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, E.E. Cummings, Robert Frost, Alan Ginzberg, D.H. Lawrence, Al Purdy, Leonard Cohen, Coleridge, George Orwell, James Joyce, Virginia Wolf, Becket, Brecht, Sam Shepard, Blake, Auden, Spender, Yates, Chekhov, Tolstoy, Neitsze,Hegel, Milton, Pasternak, Solzhenitsyn, Dostovysky, Margaret Atwood, Tennessee Williams, Albert Albee, Simone De Beauvoir, Nevil Shute, Gunter Grass, Wordsworth, Lord Tennyson, Lord Byron, Robert Browning, Kingsley Amis, Kazan Zakas, Alan Paton, Chinua Achebe, James Ngugi and a host of other world famous and Canadian writers and thinkers, by using audio-visual aides and multimedia. It was fun and it always filled me with immense creative energy that inspired me to look forward and keep moving. I have been reading quality literature, teaching literature, writing, breathing and living literature throughout my teaching career. It proved to be a great asset for keeping up with the freshness, uniqueness, novelty and continuity of my own literature. In New Aiyansh, I started a quarterly literary student magazine: “Wind Song” and a monthly newspaper: “Kali’ aks News”(The River News), to give my students the hands-on training in these areas. A selection of poetry from the “Wind Song” magazine was published, in paperback, under the title: “Wind Song”. The sales from this book generated enough funds for an annual “Wind Song Scholarship” of $500.00, which was given to a top graduating student-writer, for post-secondary education. A second paperback anthology of student poetry was published under the title of “Wind Song-2”. The “Wind Song Scholarship” was still running, when I left the teaching profession in 2003. Such ventures give a feeling of contentment and awareness of unique accomplishments in a profound profession like teaching.


In September, 1991, I was elected as the President of the Nisgha’a Teachers’ Union, for a one year term. I was elected again the following year… and the following year again. It became a full time job. My members kept on electing me to this position, by acclamation, year after year, until my retirement on July 1, 2003. I was a member of the Local Presidents’ Advisory Council in theBritishColumbiaTeachers’Federation(Our Provincial body) during my tenure as a local president. I was an active participant in the Trade Union movement and I fought hard for the rights of the teachers and for better working conditions for them. During my stay in Canada, I have written and published 9 verse-plays, 11 collections of Punjabi poetry with one each in English and Hindi., 3 collections of short stories, 1 travelogue, 1 literary autobiography, 2 books of prose and 2 books of literary criticism. I have compiled, edited and published various anthologies of literature. My works have been published in various languages of the world. 10 of my verse-plays, a selection of 50 short stories, 3 collections of poetry and one selection of poetry have been published in Pakistan, in Shah Mukhi alphabet. Some of my literary works were prescribed, as a course of studies, for the Master’s students of the Quaid-E-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan.


It was a pleasant surprise to know, during my January-March, 2006 visit to India and Pakistan, that some of my books were prescribed, as courses of studies, for the M.A. students, in various universities of India e.g. “Man De Haani” in Punjabi University, Patiala, “Chowk Naatak” in Punjab University, Chandigarh and “Apne Khilaaf” in Delhi University, Delhi. 3 Ph.D. degrees, on my literature, have been completed in Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar and Delhi University, Delhi. Quite a number of M.Phil. degrees, on my literature, have also been completed in Punjabi University, Patiala, G.N.D. University, Amritsar and Delhi University, Delhi. Quite a number of aforementioned degrees are currently in progress in these universities. My plays are a subject of research, alongwith the plays of other playwrights, for Nighat Khursheed, a Ph. D. student of the Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan.


Towards the end of my teaching career, I developed some serious heart problems that needed immediate attention. On September 24, 2003, I had my first open heart surgery that included double heart bypass and a Mitral valve replacement. The original biological valve was replaced with a mechanical valve. On November 12, 2004, I went through another heart surgery known as Thoracotomy and Pericardial Window. The third heart surgery included Pericardiectomy and it was done on September 13, 2006. It was followed by a groin surgery, to fix a leaking artery, on September 21, 2006. Cardioversion was done on November 28, 2006 to fix arythmia and flutter. It was quite an ordeal but not without a lot of learning and appreciation for the medical profession. All these surgeries and procedures were performed in the world famous, St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver, Canada.


During this difficult period, I kept on travelling whenever I got the opportunity. I travelled to England and Scotland in 2005 and to India & Pakistan via Frankfurt, in 2006. In May, 2007, I toured England, Switzerland and France, once again. I visited Toronto and Niagra Falls in Eastern Canada, once again, in September-October, 2007 and toured the Eastern U.S.A. to visit Detroit(Michigan), Atlanta(Georgia), Julia Falls(Tennessee) and Birmingham(Alabama). Martin Luther King was born in Atlanta. It is also the birth place of the beverage Coca Cola and hosts the famous tv news channel: CNN.


New additions to the second edition of “Restless Soul”


This second edition of the “Restless Soul” has been revised, edited and updated. The following new features have been added to this second edition:
1. Ravinder Ravi: A brief Autobiodata
2. Eight new poems:
i. Ghost Town
ii. Boat in a Whirlpool
iii. The Outsiders
iv. Time, You and I
v. Shadows
vi. Distant Horizon
vii. Talking Sweet Nothings
viii. Poetry
3. Ravinder Ravi and the Literary Critics
4. Appendix: A list of my publications and other pertinent information are given in this section.
I strongly believe that good and unique poetry stands the test of time and can be enjoyed, as an art form, long after it was written.


Ravinder Ravi: Biodata

1. Name: Ravinder Singh Gill
2. Pen Name: Ravinder Ravi 
3. Father’s Name: Piara Singh Gill Mother’s Name Charanjit Kaur Wife’s Name Kashmir Kaur Gill Sons Amritpal and Saihajpal Daughters-in-law Palbinder and Manveen Grand-daughters Manpriya and Mohnaam Grand-sons Qurbaan, Eimaan and Saagar
4. Date and Place of Birth March 8, 1937 - Sialkot, Pakistan Date of Birth in official records: March 8, 1938
5. Permanent Address 116 - 3530 Kalum Street, Terrace, B.C., Canada V8G 2P2
6. Telephone/Fax No. (250) 635 4455 7(a). Country of Origin India
7(b). Citizenship Canadian - (Immigrated to Canada on December 14, 1974)
8. Language(s) of Writing Punjabi, English, Hindi and Urdu
9. Education M.A.(Punjabi), B.A.(Honours in Punjabi), B.T., J.B.T. and Professional Certificate of Teaching from B.C. College of Teachers, Canada
10. Profession Retirement from the teaching profession on July 1, 2003
A. Secondary Teacher, Teacher-Librarian, District Resource Centre Co-ordinator and Head of the English and Social Studies Departments: From January 12, 1976 to June 30, 1991, at Nisga’a Elementary-Secondary School, New Aiyansh, B.C., Canada
B. Full Time President of the Nisga’a Teachers’ Union from September, 1991 to June 30, 2003 in School District#92(Nisga’a), B.C., Canada

11. Career(before immigrating to Canada) A. Secondary Teacher and Department Head of the English Language, History and English Literature Departments under the Teachers’ Srvice Commission of Kenya, from February 8, 1967 to October 31,1974 B. Teacher in India from May 14, 1956 to January 17, 1967 under the Punjab Govt. Education Dept.
12. Mother tongue Punjabi
13. Fields of interest Literature, Journalism and Travel
14. Journals Contributed special columns/writings to various periodicals in Canada, U.S.A., U.K., Pakistan and India
15. Publications Please see the attached sheet
16. Awards and Prizes Please see the attached sheet
17. Honours Please see the attached sheet
18. Other Information of extraordinary interest or importance 
A. Selected literary works prescribed as course(s) of studies at graduate and post-graduate levels in Punjab, Punjabi, Guru Nanak Dev and Delhi Universities of India; Qauid-I-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan; and Nairobi University, Kenya 
B. M.Phil. & Ph.D. work done/being done on my works in the universities of Punjab, Haryana and Delhi, India 
C. Books of Poetry, Short Stories and Verse-plays prescribed as course of studies at the Master’s level in the National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-I-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan
D. Selected works translated/published in English, Hindi, Urdu, Swedish and other languages
E. Great interest in music, modern art, hunting and globe-trotting

19. Other Outstanding Contributions


A. Founder President of the International Association of Punjabi Authors and Artists, I.A.P.A.A., Incorporated, Canada. The first international association of its kind, established on July 3, 1978, with members and representatives in 12 countries.
B. Established “Professor Piara Singh Gill and Karam Singh Sandhu Memorial Antar-Rashtari Shiromani Sahitkar/Kalakar Award,” for the I.A.P.A.A., in 1980 - the first international annual award of its kind, at the global level, which has been given to renowned authors, journalists and artists living in different countries.


Please see the list of the recipients attached


C. Edited and published the “ Vishav Punjabi Sahit”, the first anthology of its kind representing over 100 writers living in 12 countries, for the I.A.P.A.A., in 1981.
D. Established: “Sahit Vichar Manch, Canada”, as a wing of the I.A.P.A.A., and honoured the distinguished authors with: “Vishav Punjabi Sahitkar Purskar“:

Please see the list of the recepients attached

20. Postal Address 116 - 3530 Kalum Street, Terrace, B.C., Canada V8G 2P2
21. Telephone/Fax Number: (250) 635 4455
22. E-mail
ravi37@telus.net

15. Ravinder Ravi’s Publications Poetry in Punjabi

Title/Book           Publisher              Year
1. Dil Darya Samundron Doonghe Dhanpat Rai & Sons, Jalandhar, India 1961
2. Bukkal De Wich Chor Hind Publishers, Jalandhar, India 1963
3. Bindoo Daulat Ram Sahdev & Sons, Jalandhar, India 1965
4. Maun Haadse Raj Roop Parkashan, Jalandhar, India 1967
5. Dil-Transplant Ton Baad New Book Company, Jalandhar, India 1969
6. Shehar Jungli Hai New Book Company, Jalandhar, India 1970
7. Mere Mausam Di Wari New Book Company, Jalandhar, India 1972
8. Jal Bharam-Jal K. Lal & Company, Jalandhar, India 1976
9. Chitte Kale Dhabbe K.Lal & Company, Jalandhar, India 1978
10. Seema Aakash Ravi Sahit Parkashan, Amritsar, India 1980
11. Sheeshe Te Dastak Navyug Publishers, New Delhi, India 1983
12. Aapne Khilaaf Navyug Publishers, New Delhi, India 1986
13. Suraj Tera Mera National Book Shop, New Delhi, India 1989
14. Gandhaan Ravi Sahit Parkashan, Amritsar, India 1993
15. Shabdon Paar National Book Shop, New Delhi, India 1999
16. Pattar Te Darya National Book Shop, New Delhi, India 2003
17. Chhaavaan Te Parchhaavein National Book Shop, Delhi, India 2007
18. Baaz Di Nazar National Book Shop, Delhi, India 2010


Collected Works in Punjabi Poetry

1. Akath Katha(1955 - 1966 written in India) Ravi Sahit Parkashan, Amritsar, India 1988 Second Edition National Book Shop, New Delhi, India 2005
2. Van Vaani(1967 - 1974 written in Kenya) Ravi Sahit Parkashan, Amritsar, India 1988 Second Edition National Book Shop, New Delhi, India 2005
3. Pyasa Baddal(1974 - 1986 written in Canada) Ravi Sahit Parkashan, Amritsar, India 1990 Second Edition National Book Shop, New Delhi, India 2005
4. Shabad Saager(1986 - 2003 written in Canada) National Book Shop, New Delhi, India 2004

Poetry in English

1
. Restless Soul Indo-Canadian Publishers, Surrey, B.C., Canada 1978 Second Edition National Book Shop, Delhi 2008

Poetry in Hindi

1. Surya Ka Takiya Parteek Publications, Ludhiana, India 1998 Second Edition National Book Shop, New Delhi, India 2009

Poetry in Shah Mukhi Alphabet Published in Pakistan

1. Gandhaan Adara Punjabi Zabaan Te Sqafat, Bilal Ganj, Lahore, Pakistan 1999
2. Shabdon Paar Adara Punjabi Zabaan Te Saqafat, Bilal Ganj, Lahore, Pakistan 1999 3. Heerian Da Chog(Selected Poetry:1978 - 1989) Adara Punjabi Zabaan Te Saqafat, Bilal Ganj, Lahore, Pakistan 2002
4. Patter Te Darya Adara Punjabi Zaban Te Saqafat, Bilal Ganj, Lahore, Pakistan 2005


Verse/Lyric Plays in Punjabi

1. Beemaar Sadi Mohinderpal Publishers, Jalandhar, India 1974
2. Dar Deewaraan Ravi Sahit Parkashan, Amritsar, India 1981
3. Adhi Raat Dupehar Navyug Publishers, New Delhi, India 1983
4. Chowk Naatak Navyug Publishers, New Delhi, India 1984 Second Edition Chetna Parkashan, Ludhiana, India 2002
5. Rooh Pinjab Di Deepak Publishers, Jalandhar, India 1984 Second Edition Chetna Parkashan, Ludhiana, India 2002
6. Sifar Naatak Ravi Sahit Parkashan, Amritsar, India 1987 Second Edition Chetna Parkashan, Ludhiana 2003
7. Tin Naatak (i. Makkri Naatak ii. Ruke Hoye Yatharath iii. Pachhaan Naatak) National Book Shop, New Delhi, India 1990 Second Edition Chetna Parkashan, Ludhiana, India 2003
8. Man De Haani National Book Shop, New Delhi, India 2005
9. Makhautey Te Haadsey National Book Shop, New Delhi 2009
10. Chakravyuh Te Pyramid National Book Shop, New Delhi 2010


Verse Plays Trilogy in Punjabi Published as Collected Edition

1. Suraj Naatak Navyug Publishers, New Delhi, India 1985 (1974 - 1983)
Second Edition Chetna Parkashan, Ludhiana, India 2002


Collected Verse/Lyric Plays in Punjabi

1. Manch Naatak(1974-1990) Ravi Sahit Parkashan, Amritsar, India 1993
2. Merey Kaav Naatak - 1 Volume 1(1974 - 1983) National Book Shop, New Delhi, India 2007
3. Merey Kaav Naatak – 2 Volume 2(1984 - 1987) National Book Shop, New Delhi, India 2007
4. Merey Kaav Naatak - 3 Volume 3(1990 - 2005) National Book Shop, New Delhi, India 2007


Collected Verse/Lyric Plays in Shah Mukhi Alphabet Published in Pakistan

1. Manch Naatak(1974-1990) Adara Punjabi Zabaan Te Saqafat, Bilal Ganj, Lahore, Pakistan 2000


Verse Play in Shah Mukhi Alphabet Published in Pakistan

1. Man De Haani Adara Punjabi Zabaan Te Saqafat, Bilal Ganj, Lahore, Pakistan 2005



Short Stories in Punjabi

1. Charaavi Daulat Ram Sahdev & Sons, Jalandhar, India 1963 Second Edition Lok Geet Parkashan, Chandigarh, India 2010

2. Jurm De Paatar New Book Company, Jalandhar, India 1968 Second Edition Lok Geet Parkashan, Chandigarh, India 2010

3. Shehar Vich Jungle Raj Roop Parkashan, Jalandhar, India 1969 Second Edition Lok Geet Parkashan, Chandigarh, India 2010

4. Kone Pratikone Hazooria Publishing Company, Jalandhar, India 1971 Second Edition Lok Geet Parkashan, Chandigarh, India 2010

5. Maili Pustak Mohinderpal Publishers, Jalandhar, India 1973 Second Edition Lok Geet Parkashan, Chandigarh, India 2010
6. Jithe Deewaraan Nahin K. Lal & Company, Jalandhar, India 1978 Second Edition Lok Geet Parkashan, Chandigarh, India 2010
7. Computer Culture Navyug Publishers, New Delhi, India 1985 Second Edition Lok Geet Parkashan, Chandigarh, India 2010
8. Aapne Aapne Tapoo National Book Shop, New Delhi, India 1992 Second Edition Lok Geet Parkashan, Chandigarh, India 2010
9. Gorian Shaheedian National Book Shop, New Delhi 2010

Collected Works in Punjabi Short Stories

1. Agharwaasi(1955-1984) Navyug Publishers, New Delhi, India 1984
2. Meri Kahani (1955 - 2005) National Book Shop, New Delhi 2006 Selected



Works in Punjabi Short Stories

1. Samein De Naal Naal (1955 - 1985) National Book Shop, New Delhi, India 1989
2. Khambaan Waaley Pinjrey (1955 - 2000) Chetna Parkashan, Ludhiana, India 2001
3. Chonviaan Kahaniaan Kuknoos Parkashan, Jalandhar, India 2002 (Istri Mard Parsang)
4. Chonviaan Kahanian - 2 Kuknoos Parkashan, Jalandhhar, India 2007 (Brahmandak Sarokaar)


Selected Works in Punjabi Short Stories Published in Shah Mukhi Alphabet in Pakistan

1. Khambaan Waaley Pinjrey (1955 - 2000) Adara Punjabi Zabaan Te Saqafat, Bilal Ganj, Lahore, Pakistan 2000


Travelogue in Punjabi

1. Simrityaan De Desh Dhanpat Rai & Sons, Jalandhar, India 1979 Second Edition National Book Shop, New Delhi, India 2006


Prose

1. Meri Sahitik Swayjeevani Punjab Sahit Akademi, Chandigarh, India 1994
2. Mera Jeevan, Mera Sahit -Sahitik Swayjeevani - Punjabi University, Patiala, India 2010
3. Etcetra-2(Creative Process & other Essays) Tarlochan Publishers, Chandigarh, India 2008
4. Etcetra-3(Interviews) Tarlochan Publishers, Chandigarh, India 2008


Literary Criticism in Punjabi


1. Paryogsheel Kaav-Darpan Hazooria Publishers, Jalandhar, India 1964 Second Edition National Book Shop, Delhi, India 2007
2. Mera Kaav- Naat-Lok National Book Shop, Delhi, India 1990 Second Edition Tarlochan Publishers, Chandigarh, India 2008
3. Etcetra-1(Research Papers & Literary Criticism) Tarlochan Publishers, Chandigarh, India 2008

Edited/Compiled in Punjabi & English

1. Vishav Punjabi Sahit Ravi Sahit Parkashan, Amritsar, India 1981
2. Kavita Sanmukh Ravi Sahit Parkashan, Amritsar, India 1994 Second Edition National Book Shop, Delhi, India 2008
3. Katha Sanmukh Chetna Parkashan, Ludhiana, India 2001
4. Parvasi Pattarkaar Tara Singh Hayer: Abhinandan Granth Navyug Publishers, New Delhi, India 1992
5. Wind Song(Poetry) Indo-Canadian Publications, Surrey, B.C., Canada 1978
6. Wind Song-2(Poetry) Indo-Canadian Publications, Surrey, B.C., Canada 1984


Selected Poetry in English with others

1. The Rebel Sound Dave Book Centre, Nairobi, Kenya 1968
2. The Voices of Dissent Seema Parkashan, Jalandhar, India 1972
3. Indian Poetry Today Volume One Indian Council for Cultural Relations, New Delhi, India 1974
4. Green Snow Vesta Publications, Cornwall, Ontario, Canada 1976
5. Hundred Indian Poets Oxford & IBH Publishing Company, India 1977


16. Awards and Prizes received by Ravinder Ravi

 Award .  .  .  .  .  .  .Given by    . . . . . . . . . . . . Year

1. The best Poetry book of Punjabi Sahitya Smeekhya Board, 1965 Award: for “Bindoo” Jalandhar, Punjab, India 1965
2. The best Poetry book of Punjabi Darbar, 1965 Award: for “Bindoo” Punjab, India 1965
3. Trend -setting verse-play Punjabi Literary Forum, of the last 15 years, Award for: “Beemar Sadi” Chandigarh, U.T, India 1975
4. The best Verse-play of Punjabi Darbar, 1974, Award Punjab, for “Beemar Sadi” India 1976
5. The best Prose-book of Punjabi Sahitya Smeekhya Board, 1979, Award for: Jalandhar, Punjab, “Simratiyan De Desh” India 1979
6. Shiromani Sahitkar Purskar Bhasha Vibhag, Punjab, India 1980
7. Shiromani Sahitkar Purskar Punjab Arts Council, Chandigarh, India 1980
8. Ishwer Chandar Nanda Purskar for: “Adhi Raat Dupehar” Bhasha Vibhag, Punjab, India 1983
9. Prof. Mohan Singh Purskar Punj Darya Punjabi Akademi, Toronto, Canada 1989
10. Kartar Singh Dhaliwal Purskar Punjabi Akademi, Ludhiana, India 1992
11. Sain Bullhe Shah Purskar Asian Writers Association, Denmark 1993
12. Shiromani Sahitkar Purskar Punjabi Sahit Sabha, California, U.S.A. 1994
13. Bawa Balwant Purskar Sahit Vichar Kendar(Regd.), Amritsar, India 1994
14. Poet of the Year Award Alumni of the World University, Cornwall, Canada 1996
15. Man of the Peace Award Adeeb International (Sahir Cultural Academy), Ludhiana, India 1997
16. Prof. Puran Singh Millennium Purskar Punjabi University, Patiala, India 2000
17. Maharaja Ranjit Singh Memorial Purskar Punjabi University, Patiala, India 2001
18. Life Time Achievement Indo-Canadian Cultural Association Award Surey, BC, Canada 2005
19. Life Time Achievement Award Institute of Punjabi Language and Culture, (Jeevan Kaal Praapati Purskaar) Lahore, Pakistan 2006
20. Pride of Performance World Institute of Award(Tamgha Punjabi Literature and Husan-E-Karkardagi) Heritage, Lahore, Pakistan 2006
21. Gold Medal (Sone Tamgha) Association of Punjabi Writers and Artists, Lahore, Pakistan 2006
22. 100 Years’ Memorial Day Award of Distinction Khalsa Diwan Society, Vancouver, Canada 2006
23. Fellowship Punjabi Academy, Leicester, England 2007
24. Amrita Pritam Memorial CIPSA: Canadian International Punjabi International Award of Sahit Academy, Distinction Toronto, Ontario, Canada 2007
25. The Best Writer Award Parwasi Media Group, Toronto, Canada 2008
26. Honorary Life Time Nisga’a Teachers’ Union, Membership Award New Aiyansh, B.C., Canada 2010


17. Honoured by the following Organizations

1. Maasak “Drishti”, Jalandhar, India 1976
2. Punjabi Likhari Sabha(Regd.) Jagat Pur, Punjab, India 1981
3. Maasak: “Aks” Manch, New Delhi, India 1993 & 2001
4. Guru Gobind Singh Foundation, Chandigarh, India 1993
5. Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar 1993
6. International Literary & Cultural Forum, Leicester, U.K. 1995
7. Mel Milaap Sahit Sabha, Glasgow, Scotland, U.K. 2000
8. Bhasha Vibhag, Punjab, India 2001
9. Kendari Punjabi Lekhak Sabha(Regd.), Punjab, India 2001
10. Sirjana Sangam, Patiala, Punjab, India 2001
11. Punjabi Lekhak Sabha, Patiala, Punjab, India 2001
12. Punjabi Literary Forum, Patiala, Punjab, India 2001
13. Rachna Vichar Manch, Nabha, Punjab, India 2001
14. Lyallpur Khalsa College, Jalandhar, Punjab, India 2002
15. School Board, School Districr No. 92(Nisga’a), B.C., Canada 2003
16. Nisga’a Teachers’ Union, New Aiyans, B.C., Canada 2004
17. Vishav Punjabi Sahit Academy, California, U.S.A. 2004
18. Association of Punjabi Journalists, Lahore, Pakistan 2006
19. Punjabi University, Patiala, Punjab, India 2006
20. Kendari Punjabi Lekhak Sabha(Regd.), Punjab, India 2006
21. Punjabi Likhari Sabha(Regd.), Jagat Pur(Nawan Shehar), India 2006
22. Visions of Punjab Television, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 2007
23. Rachna Vichar Manch, Punjab(Regd.), Nabha, India 2008
24. Kendari Punjabi Lekhak Sabha(Regd.), Punjab, India 2008
25. Bhasha Vibhag, Punjab, Patiala, Patiala, India 2008
26. University of British Columbia, Asian Library, Vancouver, B.C., Canada 2010


18 i. Ravinder Ravi’s Works in the Pakistani University The following books were prescribed as course of studies at Master’s level in Qauid-I-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan:

1.
Gandhaan(Poetry)
2. Shabdon Paar(Poetry)




18 ii. Ravinder Ravi’s Works in the Indian Universities The following books are, currently, being taught at M.A.(Punjabi) and M.Phil.(Punjabi) levels, in the Universities that follow:

 1. Man De Haani(M.A., Punjabi) (Verse Play) Punjabi University, Patiala, Punjab, India
2. Chowk Naatak(M.A. Honours, Punjabi) (Verse Play) Punjab University, Chandigarh, India
3. Rooh Punjab Di(M.A. Honours, Punjabi) (Verse Play) Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, Punjab, India
4. Sifer Naatak(M.Phil., Punjabi) (Verse Play) Delhi University, Delhi, India


18iii. Research Work on Ravinder Ravi’s Literature Ravinder Ravi’s literature has been a subject of research, in the Indian Universities for the following degrees:

i. Ph. D.
ii. M.Phil.iii.
M.A.(Punjabi)


Ph.D. work, already completed

1. Name of the student: Sukhvinder Kaur Mallhi
Subject: Ravinder Ravi Di Kavya Rachna Vich Maanvi Rishtiyan De Vibhin Pasaar ( The Diversity of Human Relationships in Ravinder Ravi’s Poetry)
Supervisor: Dr. Harchand Singh Bedi
University: Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, Punjab, India
Year completed: 2001
2. Name of the student: Gurjant Singh
Subject: Ravinder Ravi Diyaan Kahaaniyaan Da Sabhiyacharak Adhiyan (Cultural Study of Ravinder Ravi’s Short Stories)
Supervisor: Dr. S.P. Singh
University: Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, Punjab, India
Year completed: 2005
3. Name of the student: Ravinder Kaur
Subject: Ravinder Ravi De Kaav-Naatkaan Da Theme-Vigyanak Adhyan (Themetic Study of Ravinder Ravi’s Verse Plays)
Supervisor: Dr. Manjit Singh
University: Delhi University, Delhi, India
Year Completed: 2008-2009


Ph. D. work, currently, in progress

1. Name of the Student: Devinder Singh
Subject: Ravinder Ravi De Kaav-Naatkaan Da Antar-Sabhyacharak Adhyan (Inter-Cultural Study of Ravinder Ravi’s Verse-Plays)
Supervisor: Dr. Satnam Singh Jassel
University: Punjabi University, Patiala, Punjab, India
2. Name of the student: Mukesh Lata
Subject: Adhunikta De Sandharbh Vich Ravinder Ravi Diyaan Kahaaniyaan Da Adhyan (A Study of Ravinder Ravi’s Short Stories in the context of Modernity)
Supervisor: Dr. Joginder Singh Nehru
University: Punjab University, Chandigarh, India
3. Name of the student: Nanak Singh
Subject: Ravinder Ravi Da Kaav-Shashtari Chintan ( The Poetics of Ravinder Ravi’s Poetry)
Supervisor: Dr. Sukhdev Singh
University: Punjab University, Chandigarh, India
4. Name of the student: Kirandeep Kaur
Subject: Ravinder Ravi Da Rachna Sansar: Samvedna atey Suhaj-Sanchar(Ravinder Ravi’s Creative Universe: Sensibility and Aesthetic Communications)
Supervisor: Dr. Gurmukh Singh
University: Punjabi University, Patiala, Punjab, India


M. Phil. work already completed

1. Name of the student: Arinder Singh
Subject: Ravinder Ravi Diyaan Kahaanyiaan Wich Parwaasi Chetna (The Immigrant Consciousness in Ravinder Ravi’s Short Stories)
Supervisor: Dr. S.P. Singh
University: Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, Punjab, India
Year completed: 1985-1986
2. Name of the student: Manjit Kaur
Subject: Ravinder Ravi De Naatkaan Da Alochnaatmak Adhiyan (A Critical Study of Ravinder Ravi’s Plays)
Supervisor: Dr. Kuldip Singh Dhir
University: Punjabi University, Patiala, Punjab, India
Year completed: 1988
3. Name of the student: Jaspal Kaur
Subject: Ravinder Ravi De “Pyasa Baddal” Da Kavya Adhiyan (A Poetic Study of Ravinder Ravi’s “Pyasa Baddal”)
Supervisor: Dr. Sutinder Singh Noor
University: Delhi University, Delhi, India
Year completed: 1992
4. Name of the Student: Daljinder Kaur
Subject: Ravinder Ravi Di Kahaani Kala(The Art of Ravinder Ravi’s Story)
Supervisor: Dr. Kuldip Singh Dheer
University: Punjabi University, Patiala, Punjab, India
Year Completed: 2003 - 2004
5. Name of the student: Munish Kumar
Subject: Ravinder Ravi De “Suraj Naatak” Da Sanrachnaatmik Adhyan (Structuralist Study of Ravinder Ravi’s verse-plays)
Supervisor: Dr. Gurcharan Singh Arshi
University: Delhi University, Delhi, India
Year Completed: 2006
6. Name of the student: Manmeet Kaur Subject: Safarnama: “Simratiyaan De Desh”: Ik Adhyan (Travelogue: “Simratiyaan De Desh”- A Study)
Supervisor: Dr. Manjit Singh
University: Delhi University, Delhi, India
Year Completed: 2009-2010


M.A.(Punjabi), Research Work for Part 2, Paper 4, already completed

Name of the student: Paramdeep Bhullar
Subject: Ravinder Ravi Da Kavya Naatak “Beemaar Sadi” - Ik Adhiyan (Ravinder Ravi’s Verse Play: “Beemaar Sadi” - A Study)
Supervisor: Prof. Kewal Singh Thind
University: Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, Punjab, India
Year completed: 1974-75


18. iv. Books on Ravinder Ravi’s Literature

*1. Euclyptus Te Hemingway - Dr. Devinder Kaur Published by National Book Shop, New Delhi, India: 1989
2. Mera Kaav-Naat Lok - Edited by Ravinder Ravi Published by National Book Shop, New Delhi, India: 1990 Second Edition: Tarlochan Publishers, Chandigarh, India
*3. Kavita Sanmukh - Edited by Ravinder Ravi Published by Ravi Sahit Parkashan, Amritsar, India: 1994 Second Edition: published by National Book Shop, Delhi, India: 2008
4. Ravinder Ravi Da Rachna Sansaar - Prof. Braham Jagdish Singh Published by Ravi Sahit Parkashan, Amritsar, Punjab, India: 1999
*5. Katha Sanmukh - Edited by Ravinder Ravi Published by Chetna Parkashan, Ludhiana, Punjab, India: 2001
6. Ravinder Ravi Di Kavita Vich Maanvi Rishtey - Dr. Sukhvinder Kaur Mallhi Published by Chetna Parkashan, Punjabi Bhavan, Ludhiana, Punjab, India: 2002
7. Naatakkaar Ravinder - Edited by Dr. Gurumel Published by National Book Shop, New Delhi, India: 2003
8. Kathakaakaar Ravinder Ravi - Edited by Dr. Gurumel Published by National Book Shop, New Delhi : 2004
9. Ravinder Ravi Di Kahaani Kala - Daljinder Kaur Published by National Book Shop, New Delhi, India: 2006
10. Ravinder Ravi Da Naat-Chintan - Dr. Satnam Singh Jassal Published by National Book Shop, Delhi, India - 2007
11. Kavi Ravinder Ravi - Edited by Manjit Meet Published by National Book Shop, Delhi, India - 2008
12. Ravinder Ravi Di Kahani: Sabhyacharak Garpike - Dr. Gurjant Singh Lok Geet Parkashan, Chandigarh, India 2009
13. Ravinder Ravi De Kaav-Natakan Da Sanrachnaatmik Adhyan - Munish Kumar National Book Shop, New Delhi, India 2010 _____________________________________________________________________

*1. - In-depth study of Ravinder Ravi’s 2 short stories, written by Dr. Devinder Kaur
*3. - In-depth study of Ravinder Ravi’s 25 poems, written by various critics and writers
*5. - In-depth study of
Ravinder Ravi’s 3 short stories, written by Dr. Harchand Singh Bedi and Dr. Devinder Kaur

19. B. - List of the I.A.P.A.A. Awards

The following authors, journalists and artists were honoured with Prof. Piara Singh Gill & Karam Singh Sandhu Memorial Antar-Rashtari Shiromani Sahitkaar/Kalakaar Award, by the International Association of Punjabi Authors and Artists(IAPAA), since its inception in 1978.

1. Sant Singh Sekhon India 1980
2. Fakhar Zaman Pakistan 1981
3. Kartar Singh Duggal India 1982
4. Sohan Qadri Denmark 1982
5. Ajeet Cour India 1983
6. Tarsem Singh Purewal England 1983
7. Dr. Surjit Singh Sethi India 1984
8. Dr. Dalip Kaur Tiwana India 1985
9. Amrita Pritam India 1986
10. Dr. Harcharan Singh India 1986
11. Afzal Ahsan Randhawa Pakistan 1986
12. Ajaib Kamal Kenya 1986
13. Dr. Gurumel U.S.A. 1986
14. Dev Switzerland 1986
15. Shivcharan Gill U.K. 1986
16. Dr. Harbhajan Singh India 1987
17. Dr. Jasbir Singh Ahluwalia India 1988
18. Balwant Gargi India 1989
19. Hardev Singh(Artist/Chiterkaar) Canada 1989
20. Tara Singh India 1990
21. Gulzar Singh Sandhu India 1990
22. Ajmer Singh Aulakh India 1991
23. Dr. Tejwant Singh Gill India 1992
24. Amarjit Singh(Aks) India 1992
25. Tara Singh Hayer Canada 1992
26. Dr. Raghbir Singh(Sirjana) India 1993
27. Dr. Kulbir Singh Kaang India 1994
28. Dr. Prem Parkash Singh Canada 1994
29. Dr. Joginder Singh Puar India 1995
30. Dr. Manjitpal Kaur India 1996
31. Dr. Sutinder Singh Noor India 1997
32. Prof. Brahm Jagdish Singh India 1997
33. Dr. Amarjit Kaunke India 1998
34. Ilyas Ghumman Pakistan 1998
35. Amar Jyoti The Netherlands 1998
36. Dr. Akhtar Hussain Akhtar Pakistan 1999
37. Jasbir Bhullar India 2000
38. Ajit Rahi Australia 2000
39. Balihar Singh Randhawa U.K. 2000
40. Harbhajan Singh Halwarwi India 2000
41. Avtar Joura India 2001
42. Dr. Manjit Singh India 2002
43. Prof. Rashad Hassan Rana Pakistan 2005
44. Prof. Ashiq Raheel Pakistan 2006
45. Dr. Vanita India 2007
46. Dr. Sahib Singh India 2008
47. Parminderjit India 2009
48. Kewal Dhaliwal India 2010
49. Manjit Meet Canada 2010
50. Gurdial Kanwal Canada 2010
      
Joginder Bahrla(India), for Performing Arts, was also honoured in 1978.


19. C. List of Awards given by Sahit Vichar Manch, Canada (A branch of the I.A.P.A.A.)

The following authors were honoured with “Vishav Punjabi Sahitkaar Purskaar”
1. Kulwant Singh Virk India 1983
2. Kapur Singh Ghumman India 1984
3. Dr.

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