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Magnoliye De Phul

Magnoliye De Phul by Satwant Pandher

Magnoliye De Phul, a book of poems by Satwant Pandher, was released at the Garden Park Tower in Abbotsford, November 26, 2011.

About Satwant and Magnoliye De Phul

Satwant was born and raised in Distt ludhiana in Punjab India. She came to Canada in 1975 and settled in Abbotsford with her husband, where their children were born and raised. She worked in healthcare over thirty years. As hobbies, she always enjoyed knitting, crocheting, sewing, cooking, gardening, photography, reading and writing.

Nature gives her the positive and powerful energy which in a way has been therapeutic for her over the years. The purpose of her writings has been to help people find love for Nature. That stemmed from years of working on her farm, spending hours in her garden nurturing her plants, and finally took the form of poetry when she was inspired by the beauty that surrounds her.

Her poems have been published in many Punjabi books, magazines and local newspapers. Some poems in English were published with the Poetry Institute of Canada and also in two anthologies published by. M.S.A Poets Potpourri Society.

Satwant published her first book Magnoliye De Phul in Punjabi, released in November, 2011. The book was inspired by the tree Satwant grew and nurtured for over 25 years with the picture of the magnolia tree on the cover as a symbol of that love for nature.

Book Facts:

  • Title: Magnoliye De Phul – 144 pages, 90 poems, Punjabi poetry
  • Price: $10.00

The book release party was a cause for celebration for Satwant, her family and the Punjabi literary community.

Stage / Honored Guests / Dr. Pargat Singh Bhurji (Photos © 2012 by Satwant Pandher)

Satwant Pandher addresses the assembled guests (Photos © 2012 by Satwant Pandher)

Speakers H. S. Tatla / Inderjit K. Sidhu / Lucky Gakhar (Photos © 2012 by Satwant Pandher)

Speakers Professor G. S. Dhaliwal / Rupy / Abbotsford Punjabi Literary Society Members (Photos © 2012 by Satwant Pandher)

Satwant and her proud family (Photos © 2012 by Satwant Pandher)

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5 Responses to “Magnoliye De Phul”

  1. jaspawankatee said

    “Magnoliye De Phul” is really a great book , all poems are sooooooooooo goooooooood…. ,when you read this book, you feel the nature, like you sit in the lap of nature, a heavenly touch that’s give you amazing peace….
    I want to give the congratulation to the writer , for this wounderful book,and want say keep going…Good luck…!

  2. Preet said

    This is a great book about nature. It’s wonderful poetry and makes you appreciate a lot about what surrounds us. The trees, flowers and magnolias bring life and color everywhere.

    Great job on the book.

  3. Narinder said

    Wow. Well done. I love the poem, “Kudart Rani.” Other poems are also awesome.

  4. Preet said

    I love this book. I like the message about growing more trees. I love nature.

  5. rupinder rupi said

    Magnoleye deeyaan mehka khalardi ehh phullan ,patyaan,tahneyan chh pyroii kitaab aane aap ch ik misaal hai Satwant jii
    roopinder ‘roopi’

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