Punjabi Folklore and The War of Independence 1857-58


  • Turab-ul-Hassan Sargana Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan




Independence War, Folklore, Punjab, Language, Oral History


Oral history is one of the branches of the discipline of history which is based on verbal accounts and verbal traditions of histography. Folklore is an essential element of oral history to build an alternative history. Generally, folklore presents a different point of view form the written history. Folklore presents the wishes and emotions of common people while written history. In many cases fulfill the ruling elite class. So, it can be concluded that to understand role of the people of Punjab during the war of independence. The study of the Punjabi folklore and folk songs is inevitable for it

Author Biography

Turab-ul-Hassan Sargana, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan

Department of History & Civilization Studies



How to Cite

Turab-ul-Hassan Sargana. (2022). Punjabi Folklore and The War of Independence 1857-58. PERENNIAL JOURNAL OF HISTORY, 3(1), 91-98. https://doi.org/10.52700/pjh.v3i1.102