Punjabi scholar translates Shakespeare
One man has translated the entire works of Shakespeare into his native tongue, Punjabi. India correspondent Stephanie March met the scholar at his home in Chandigarh.
Punjabi is the language spoken across much of northern India and Pakistan, but it's not known for it's literary prowess.
Now, one 82-year-old sikh is trying to change all that.
Punjabi scholar Surjit Hans has laboured for two decades to translate the entire works of Shaespeare into his mother tongue.
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