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Here we share an interview with Adal Minhas Lahori, who is a Punjabi writer and poet. The interview is presented by SBS Punjabi's Lahore-based correspondent, Janab Masood Mallhi.
Here we present an interview with Masood Ahmed 'Okarvi', a Pakistani Punjabi poet who discusses about punjabi literarture in 'Lehnda Punjab'.
Kitab Parchaul Sooraj Labhda Saya' as presented by Masood Mallhi
Gujranwala is an industrial city in Punjab province of Pakistan. According to the Imperial Gazetteer of India, Gujranwala was founded by the Gurjars and renamed Khanpur by the Sherzai Jats of Iran who settled there; however, its old name has survived. Many historians also note that the place was named for the Gurjars who ruled the Gurjara-Pratihara. Find out the full story here.
Here is another master piece from Janab Masud Malhi from Western Punjab - a feature on beautiful city i.e. Rawalpindi or Pindi. This city was destroyed three times and got on on its feet yet again three times. The city of Shoib Akhtar, the fast bowler who was nick named as Pindi Express, has many more qualities. Listen to this feature to know them all.
Dera Ghazi Khan is on the Southern border of Pakistan punjab and is at the junction of all four provinces of Pakistan i.e., Sindh, Punjab, Balochistan and Khyber Pukhtunkhwa. It has beautiful and unique landscape including the Indus River, Green Fields, Pachad Desert and the Sulaiman Mountains.Our correspondent Masood Mallhi brings you more information on Dera Ghazi Khan in this segment of Nagar Kahani........
Here we share an interview with Madam Parveen Malik who is a famous Pakistani Punjabi story writer, Activist & Scholar. The interview presentation is brought to you by Janab Masood Mallhi. Parveen Malik is a writer of fiction, teleplays and radio programs; a known literary personality on radio and TV; and, a highly respected publisher of Urdu and Punjabi literary books. Parveen has published two collections of short fiction titled Ke JanaN MaiN Kaun and Nikkay Nikkay Dukhh, an Urdu novel Aadhi Aurat, and a translation in Urdu titled Siseskatay Log. At this time, her autobiography is being serialized by Monthly Swer, and her travelogue by Quarterly Punjabi Adab in Lahore. Parveen wrote a literary column titled Punjab Rut for Lahore Radio that continued on from 1988 to 1998. During this time, she wrote a seriel Dukh Sukh Saaday, and many other plays and programs for Pakistan Radio. (Info Wordpress)