As a novelist, her most noted work was Pinjar The Skeletonin which she created her Amrita pritam character, Puro, an epitome of violence against women, loss of humanity and ultimate surrender to existential fate; the novel was made into an award-winning film, Pinjar in Soon after, she and her father moved to Lahorewhere she lived till her migration to India in After her divorce inher work became more clearly feminist.
Subsequently, inwhile she was pregnant with her son, and travelling from Dehradun to Delhishe expressed anguish on a piece of paper  as the poem, " Ajj akhaan Waris Shah nu " I ask Waris Shah Today ; this poem was to later immortalise her and become the most poignant reminder of the horrors of Partition.
It was made into an award-winning Hindi movie by Chandra Prakash Dwivedibecause of its humanism: My motherland has Amrita pritam me after a long time ; and also Punjabi poets of Pakistan, sent her a chaddar, from the tombs of Waris Shahand fellow Sufi mystic poets Bulle Shah and Sultan Bahu.
This study centre cum library is still running at Clock Tower, Delhi. With a career spanning over six decades, she produced over books of poetry, fiction, biographies, essays, a collection of Punjabi folk songs and an autobiography that were translated into several Indian and foreign languages.
Partition of British India Some one million people, MuslimsHindus and Sikhs died from communal violence that followed the partition of British India inand left Amrita Pritam a Punjabi refugee at age 28, when she left Lahore and moved to New Delhi.
Their life together is also the subject of a book, Amrita Imroz: Navraj Kwatra was killed in Her first anthology of poems, Amrit Lehran Immortal Waves was published inat age sixteen, the year she married Pritam Singh, an editor to whom she was engaged in early childhood, and changed her name from Amrita Kaur to Amrita Pritam.
She is also said to have an unrequited affection for poet Sahir Ludhianvi. She was also involved in social work to certain extent and participated in such activities wholeheartedly, after Independence when social activist Guru Radha Kishan took the initiative to bring the first Janta Library in Delhi, which was inaugurated by Balraj Sahni and Aruna Asaf Ali and contributed to the occasion accordingly.
She spent the last forty years of her life with Imroz, who also designed most of her book covers and made her the subject of his several paintings. She edited "Nagmani", a monthly literary magazine in Punjabi for several years, which she ran together with Imroz, for 33 years; though after Partition she wrote prolifically in Hindi as well.
Many of her stories and poems drew on the unhappy experience of her marriage. She is first woman recipient of the Sahitya Akademi Award in for Sunehadey poetic diminutive of the word sunehe i,e. InAmrita Pritam left her husband.View the profiles of people named Amrita Pritam Amrit. Join Facebook to connect with Amrita Pritam Amrit and others you may know.
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See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Amrita’s Title: Architect at RT & Associates. Amrita Pritam listen (31 August – 31 October ) was an Indian writer and poet, who wrote in Punjabi and Hindi.
She is considered the first prominent woman Punjabi poet, novelist, and essayist, and the leading 20th-century poet of the Punjabi language, who is equally loved on both sides of the India-Pakistan border. With a career spanning over six decades, she produced over Amrita Pritam on IMDb: Movies, Tv, Celebrities, and more.
Empty Space By Amrita Pritam Translated from the Punjabi by D.H. Tracy & Mohan Tracy There were two kingdoms only: the first of them threw out both him and me.
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