Khushwant Singh was an Indian journalist and novelist famous for his work ‘Train to Pakistan’, ‘A History of Sikhs and various other short stories’. He also served in the upper house of the Parliament of India (Rajya Sabha). His writing involved humor and sarcasm coupled with incisive non-conformism. He was awarded Padma Bhushan and Padma Vibhushan, which he later returned in protest of Operation Blue Star in support of Sikh community against the Indian Army. hushwant Singh was famous for his fearless writing and journalism. He was also a lawyer, politician and also the creator of our all-time favorite Santa Banta Jokes. He was also a well-known columnist famous for his 'With Malice Towards One and All' column. We have curated many of his famous quotes from this very famous column. Read through these popular passages from this icon in Indian literature and Polity.
In a country which had accepted caste distinctions for many centuries, inequality had become an inborn mental concept.
Under the circumstances the only honest answer an intelligent person can give to the question ‘Is there a God?’ is to say, ‘I do not know.
We had heard that the people of Delhi loved their city as bees love flowers. But we could not believe that the child of a courtesan would prefer to live in a Delhi brothel rather than in our palace in Iran!