Rupinderpal Singh Dhillon is a Punjabi descent English writer, who writes fiction and poetry. Prominently, he writes a novel about Sikhs in the time of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
Is Dhillon Married at Present?
Rupinderpal Single Dhillon has kept everything privately except his novels, poems, and his creativity. As a matter of fact, he has not shared his personal life to the limelight. Furthermore, the author is not active in any social media. So, it is still in the suspense whether Dhillon is married or not.
Professional Writing career
Singh Dhillon started his professional writing career in his thirties. To tell you the truth, he became interested in writing Punjabi novels after learning the Gurmukhi alphabet. Likewise, Rupinderpal initially intends to write an English story based on Maharaja Ranjit Singh's life in the manner of Alexandre Dumas.
Let us begin with the Punjabi descent published his debut novel, Neela Noor, in the year 2007. He writes the language whose syntax is inspired by English in the locally spoken form; it was often called 'Punglish,' it had not been written down before. His work is predominantly influenced by Western literature and addresses social issues such as racism, gender bias, and incest.
Apart from this, Roop Singh's 'Bharind' (The Hornet) is a collection of poems and short stories. Moreover, He employs a genre he calls 'Vachitarvaad' in his later novels, such as the experimental gothic novel O, which embraces science fiction, fantasy, horror, and magical realism.
Even though the 51-year-old resides in London, he follows his original beliefs; that's why Dhillon was named 'The Chic Sikh Of The Year 2018.' Most significantly, Dhillon is a member of the Sahit Kendar Punjabi Writers in Southall and Baagi Batti, a British Asian community of writers who prefer to write in the language of their heritage. Also, he has been working on Chita Te Kala (The White and The Black) for the last few years. Besides writing novels, the Britsh-Punjabi works as an accountant.
Where Did Rupinderpal Singh Study?
The Punglish writer graduated from Oxford Brookes University. Later, he attended De Montford University for a post-graduate in accounting.