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Shimla-bred Anupam Kher enrolled and passed out of Chandigarh’s Punjab University and the National School of Drama in Delhi (an institute where he would later be the Chairman), with a gold medal in acting.
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The Punjab Agricultural University was established in 1962 to serve the state of erstwhile Punjab. On the reorganization of Punjab, two independent universities for the two states - Punjab and Haryana were established under the Haryana and Punjab Agricultural Universities Act, 1970. Get more info
Spring 2000 Welcome to the fifth issue of Yugantar Punjab, an On-Line Magazine of Punjabi Language, Literature and Culture. This issue features a variety of new poems, essays and reviews by various Punjabi authors. This issue's Masterpiece Section..
Vaisakhi (Punjabi vaisa-khi- also known as Baisakhi) marks the Punjabi and Nepali New Year and the beginning of the harvest season in Punjab, India and Nepal.Vaisakhi falls in the Nanakshahi calendar (neither in the Amantha- nor in the Purnimantha-calendar) on the first day of Vaisakh month and marks the sun entering Mesha Rasi (this fact is called Mesha Sankranti). Vaisakhi is therefore determined by the solar calendar. Baisakhi usually falls on April 13, and on April 14 once every thirty-six years, however it has now been agreed for Baisakhi to always fall on the 14th of April.