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I Still Remember a small town

Change had not touched it for generation. Daska, the small town in undivided Punjab, lived life predictably. The village of Kandan Sian had its own ghosts, dain, and special odd characters. Fairs, festivals and seasonal practices added the spice to life’s simplicity. The author has lovingly picked details from a remarkable store of memory, to bring alive an era abruptly extinguished by Partition. The reader can expect to be transported, in every since of the world

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O P Narula

O.P. Narula born and brought-up in West Punjab, where he lived for 23 years, had the good fortune to absorb the rustic and rich culture of that beautiful land and its virile people til the partition tore it apart. He spent 24 years with the Corps of Engineers. Later for 15 years as a Technocrat, he was the founder Chairman of Dredging Corporation of India, CMD of Engineering Projects (India) Ltd., and Regional Advisor in UNESCAP.

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Change had not touched it for generation. Daska, the small town in undivided Punjab, lived life predictably. The village of Kandan Sian had its own ghosts, dain, and special odd characters. Fairs, festivals and seasonal practices added the spice to life’s simplicity. The author has lovingly picked details from a remarkable store of memory, to bring alive an era abruptly extinguished by Partition. The reader can expect to be transported, in every since of the world

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