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Three Letters of Maharani Jind Kaur - Dr. Ganda Singh


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I'm pretty sure I've posted these letters previously (a long time ago). But I'm linking this site here because the edition of the works therein also contains a transliteration of the original Panjabi used by M. Jind Kaur in her letters, which wasn't in the later edition I previously encountered. It'd be a project to rescribe them into Gurmukhi. 

https://issuu.com/sikhdigitallibrary/docs/three_letters_of_maharani_jind_kaur

 

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