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West Punjabi Poetry: From Ustad Daman to Najm Hosain Syed

Vol.13,
No.1 & 2,
(2006),
pp 215-228

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The Portable Bullhe Shah: Biography, Categorization, and Authorship in the Study of Punjabi Sufi Poetry

Vol.46,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 53-87

The Punjabi poet Bullhe Shah (1680-1758) is revered by Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs. In the extensive body of interpretive...

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Interpretations of the Poetry of Bullhe Shah

Vol.3,
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(1996),
pp 45-63

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The Story of Sayf al-Muluk in South Asia

Vol.17,
No.2,
(2007),
pp 115-129

The purpose of this paper is not so much to go into narrative details, as to explore different ways in which the story...

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The South-Western Style in the Guru Granth Sahib

Vol.1,
(1978),
pp 69-87

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Language, the Nation, and Symbolic Capital: The Case of Punjab

Vol.67,
No.3,
(2008),
pp 917-946

  Amovement to“revive the spirit of Punjab and Punjabi” in SouthAsia has enabled a surprising thaw...

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A Sikh Spiritual Classic: Vir Singh's Rāṇā Sūrat Singh

(1998),
pp 183-210

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Studying Punjabi Literature of the Past

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(2005)

Studying Punjabi literature of the Past by Tejwant Singh Gill   Just a turn towards the study of Punjabi...

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The Story of Sayf al-Muluk in South Asia

Vol.17,
No.2,
(2007),
pp 115-129

The purpose of this paper is not so much to go into narrative details, as to explore different ways in which the story...

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Studying Punjabi Literature of the Past

Vol.3,
(2005)

Studying Punjabi literature of the Past by Tejwant Singh Gill   Just a turn towards the study of Punjabi...

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A Sikh Spiritual Classic: Vir Singh's Rāṇā Sūrat Singh

(1998),
pp 183-210

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The South-Western Style in the Guru Granth Sahib

Vol.1,
(1978),
pp 69-87

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Interpretations of the Poetry of Bullhe Shah

Vol.3,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 45-63

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The Portable Bullhe Shah: Biography, Categorization, and Authorship in the Study of Punjabi Sufi Poetry

Vol.46,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 53-87

The Punjabi poet Bullhe Shah (1680-1758) is revered by Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs. In the extensive body of interpretive...

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West Punjabi Poetry: From Ustad Daman to Najm Hosain Syed

Vol.13,
No.1 & 2,
(2006),
pp 215-228

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Language, the Nation, and Symbolic Capital: The Case of Punjab

Vol.67,
No.3,
(2008),
pp 917-946

  Amovement to“revive the spirit of Punjab and Punjabi” in SouthAsia has enabled a surprising thaw...

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Studying Punjabi Literature of the Past

Vol.3,
(2005)

Studying Punjabi literature of the Past by Tejwant Singh Gill   Just a turn towards the study of Punjabi...

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Language, the Nation, and Symbolic Capital: The Case of Punjab

Vol.67,
No.3,
(2008),
pp 917-946

  Amovement to“revive the spirit of Punjab and Punjabi” in SouthAsia has enabled a surprising thaw...

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The South-Western Style in the Guru Granth Sahib

Vol.1,
(1978),
pp 69-87

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A Sikh Spiritual Classic: Vir Singh's Rāṇā Sūrat Singh

(1998),
pp 183-210

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The Story of Sayf al-Muluk in South Asia

Vol.17,
No.2,
(2007),
pp 115-129

The purpose of this paper is not so much to go into narrative details, as to explore different ways in which the story...

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Interpretations of the Poetry of Bullhe Shah

Vol.3,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 45-63

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The Portable Bullhe Shah: Biography, Categorization, and Authorship in the Study of Punjabi Sufi Poetry

Vol.46,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 53-87

The Punjabi poet Bullhe Shah (1680-1758) is revered by Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs. In the extensive body of interpretive...

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West Punjabi Poetry: From Ustad Daman to Najm Hosain Syed

Vol.13,
No.1 & 2,
(2006),
pp 215-228

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West Punjabi Poetry: From Ustad Daman to Najm Hosain Syed

Vol.13,
No.1 & 2,
(2006),
pp 215-228

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The Portable Bullhe Shah: Biography, Categorization, and Authorship in the Study of Punjabi Sufi Poetry

Vol.46,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 53-87

The Punjabi poet Bullhe Shah (1680-1758) is revered by Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs. In the extensive body of interpretive...

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Interpretations of the Poetry of Bullhe Shah

Vol.3,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 45-63

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The Story of Sayf al-Muluk in South Asia

Vol.17,
No.2,
(2007),
pp 115-129

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The South-Western Style in the Guru Granth Sahib

Vol.1,
(1978),
pp 69-87

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Language, the Nation, and Symbolic Capital: The Case of Punjab

Vol.67,
No.3,
(2008),
pp 917-946

  Amovement to“revive the spirit of Punjab and Punjabi” in SouthAsia has enabled a surprising thaw...

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A Sikh Spiritual Classic: Vir Singh's Rāṇā Sūrat Singh

(1998),
pp 183-210

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Studying Punjabi Literature of the Past

Vol.3,
(2005)

Studying Punjabi literature of the Past by Tejwant Singh Gill   Just a turn towards the study of Punjabi...

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West Punjabi Poetry: From Ustad Daman to Najm Hosain Syed

Vol.13,
No.1 & 2,
(2006),
pp 215-228

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The Portable Bullhe Shah: Biography, Categorization, and Authorship in the Study of Punjabi Sufi Poetry

Vol.46,
No.1,
(1999),
pp 53-87

The Punjabi poet Bullhe Shah (1680-1758) is revered by Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs. In the extensive body of interpretive...

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Interpretations of the Poetry of Bullhe Shah

Vol.3,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 45-63

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The Story of Sayf al-Muluk in South Asia

Vol.17,
No.2,
(2007),
pp 115-129

The purpose of this paper is not so much to go into narrative details, as to explore different ways in which the story...

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The South-Western Style in the Guru Granth Sahib

Vol.1,
(1978),
pp 69-87

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Language, the Nation, and Symbolic Capital: The Case of Punjab

Vol.67,
No.3,
(2008),
pp 917-946

  Amovement to“revive the spirit of Punjab and Punjabi” in SouthAsia has enabled a surprising thaw...

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A Sikh Spiritual Classic: Vir Singh's Rāṇā Sūrat Singh

(1998),
pp 183-210

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Studying Punjabi Literature of the Past

Vol.3,
(2005)

Studying Punjabi literature of the Past by Tejwant Singh Gill   Just a turn towards the study of Punjabi...

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