Shardha Ram Phillauri

Shardha Ram Phillauri

Shardha Ram Phillauri

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Shardha Ram Phillauri (30 September 1837Singh Bedi, Harmohinder. Shardha Ram Granthawali. Nirmal Publisher. (A three-volume work by the dean and head of the Guru Nanak Dev University Hindi Department.) – 24 June 1881) was a Punjabi missionary, social reformer, astrologer, and writer, best remembered for his contributions to Hindi and Punjabi literature. He has been called the “father of modern Punjabi prose."

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Shardha Ram was born in 1837 to a Brahmin family in the town of Phillaur, Jalandhar.Walia, Varinda. The Tribune (March 17, 2005).Maitray, Mohan. The Tribune (September 27, 1998). At the age of seven, he learned Gurmukhi script. By age ten, he had studied Hindi, Sanskrit, Persian, astrology, and music. Later, he was also a missionary of traditional Hinduism (Sanatana dharma).

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