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2 June 1894
Adiala village, Rawalpindi district, British Punjab
|Died||10 January 1958(aged 63)|
|Education||Master's degree in English literature|
|Literary movement||Singh Sabha Movement|
Teja Singh was born as Tej Ram in a Hindu family and at the early age he converted to Sikhism. His father was Bhalkar Singh and his mother's name was Sarusti. He was an active member of the Singh Sabha movement.
Books in English
- Growth of Responsibility in Sikhism (1919)
- The Asa-di-Var (1926)
- Highroads of Sikh History, in three volumes (1935), published by Orient Longman
- Sikhism: Its Ideals and Institutions, published by Orient Longman
- Punjabi-English Dictionary, revised and edited for Lahore University
- English-Punjabi Dictionary, Vol.1 (Punjabi University Solan).
- "Professor Teja Singh". www.sikh-history.com. Retrieved 15 February 2012.
- "Principal Teja Singh". www.roopinder.com. Retrieved 15 February 2012.
- Google books
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