Dr. Dalip Kaur Tiwana (4 May 1935-) is Punjabi novelist and short-story
writer. She was born in village Rabbon in the Ludhiana district of Punjab
in a well-to-do land-owning family. She was educated at Patiala, where
her uncle, Sardar Sahib Tara Singh Sidhu was I.G. of
Prisons. She got first class first in M.A., and was the first woman in
the region to get the PhD degree from the Panjab University, Chandigarh.
In 1963, She joined the Punjabi University, Patiala as a Lecturer.
She is married to sociologist and Poet Prof Bhupinder Singh. She has got
many awards including Sahitya Akademi Award. Her works are;
Stories: Kise Di Dhee, Saadhna, Yaatra, Prabal Vehan, Vairage Nain,
Datan, Toon Bharin Hungara, Ik kudi, Tera
Kamra Mera Kamra, Panjaan Vich Parmeshar etc. Novels: Agni Prikhya, Eho Hamara
Jiwna, Waat Hamari, Teeli da Nishaan,
Sooraj te Samandar, Doosri Seeta, With-in With-out, Sarkandyaan de Des, Dhupp Chhaan te
Rukh, Sabh Des Paraya, Hey Ram, Lambi Udaari, Peele Pattyaan di daastan,
Hastaakhar, Pairchaal, Rin Pittraan da, Air wair mildayaan, Langh gaye dariya,
Jimi puchhay asmaan, Katha kuknoos di, Duni suhava baagh, Katha kaho urvashi,
Bhaujal, Oh taan pari si, Moh maaya, Janam juye haarya, Khada pukare pattani,
Paunaan di jind meri, Khitij ton paar, Teen lok se nyari, Tumri katha kahi na jaye,
Vichre sabho vaari vaari, Takhat hazara door kude; Biography:
Dr Mohan singh Diwana; Autobiography: Nange Pairaan Da Safar, Poochte Ho To Suno,
Tere Mere Sarokaar, Jeeun joge, Turdian Turdian.