|This paper provides excerpts from a new translation of noted Punjabi poet Surjit Sarna’s book,|
Vichode Ban Gaye Sadiyan, written after the death of her husband, Mohinder Singh Sarna, also a
noted Punjabi writer. The excerpts are organized around important places from Surjit Sarna’s life
and her relationship with her husband, and not necessarily by chronology. They provide vignettes
into daily life from that time, the impacts of Partition, and Punjabi literary life. The excerpts are
preceded by a biographical introduction to Surjit Sarna’s life.
Keywords: Punjabi literature, Partition, Lahore, Delhi, Mohinder Singh Sarna.
Separation Without End: Translated Excerpts from Surjit Sarna’s Book, Vichode Ban Gaye Sadiyan by Navtej Singh Sarna – Click the PDF icon to view, right click to save as.
|Navtej Singh Sarna|
Former Ambassador of India to USA and Israel and High Commissioner to UK