This is a personal blog of Bhupinder Singh, primarily a reader and an occasional blogger.
Originally intended as a collection of my book reviews that were published in The Tribune (India) between 1992- 2001. Since 2005, when this blog was started, it has included book reviews, short essays, travelogues and occasional pieces that I have written for newspapers and websites like CafeDissensus. Among the constants on this blog is the annual review post that I write at the end of the year: The Year Gone By.
I live with my better half, Bhaswati Ghosh, in southern Ontario, Canada.
Bhaswati and I helped to edit “Recovering the Lost Tongue” written by Rahul Banerjee. I have translated most of the poems in the collection of poems by the Punjabi writer Santokh Singh Dhir, titled “To the Punjab of Farid”. Both are available from amazon.com by following the links on the images below.
“To the Punjab of Farid and other poems” is available as a free e- book.
An unabridged version of “Recovering the Lost Tongue” is also available on-line.
This site follows CopyLeft– which means that anyone is free to use the contents, with a link back to the original post. I hope you will find some of the posts engaging, I may not be able to respond to all comments, and even when I do, might be slow to respond.