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A history of the Sikhs, from the origin of the nation to the battles of the Sutlej.

Author: Joseph Davey Cunningham; H L O Garrett
Publisher: Delhi, S. Chand, 1966.
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Cunningham, Joseph Davey, 1812-1851.
History of the Sikhs.
Delhi, S. Chand, 1966
(OCoLC)583934246
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Davey Cunningham; H L O Garrett
OCLC Number: 4285075
Description: xlix, 402 pages genealogical tables 23 cm
Contents: The country and people --
Old Indian creeds, modern reforms, and the teaching of Nanak, up to A.D. 1539 --
The Sikh gurus or teachers, and the modification of Sikhism under Gobind, A.D. 1539-1716 --
The establishment of Sikh independence, A.D. 1716-64 --
From the independence of the Sikhs to the ascendancy of Ranjit Singh and the alliance with the English, 1765-1808-09 --
From the supremacy of Ranjit Singh to the reduction of Multan, Kashmir, and Peshawar, 1809-1823-4 --
From the acquisition of Multan, Kashmir and Peshawar to the death of Ranjit Singh, 1824-39 --
From the death of Maharaja Ranjit Singh to the death of Wazir Jawahir Singh, 1839-45 --
The war with the English, 1845-6 --
Appendixes --
Appendix I: The Jats and Jats of Upper India --
Appendix II: Proportions of races and faiths: population of India --
Appendix III: The Kshattriyas and Aroras of the Punjab --
Appendix IV: Caste in India --
Appendix V: The philosophical systems of the Indians --
Appendix VI: On the maya of the Indians --
Appendix VII: The metaphysics of Indian reformers --
Appendix VIII: Nanak's philosophical allusions, popular or moral rather than scientific --
Appendix IX: The terms raj and jog, deg and tegh --
Appendix X: Caste among the Sikhs --
Appendix XI: Rites of initiation in Sikhism --
Appendix XII: The exclamation Wah guru and the expression Deg, tegh, fath --
Appendix XIII: The Sikh devotion to steel, and the term "Sachcha padshah" --
Appendix XIV: Distinctive usages of the Sikhs --
Appendix XV: On the use of Arabic and Sanskrit for the purposes of education in India --
Appendix XVI: On the land-tax in India --
Appendix XVII: The Adi Granth, or First Book; or, the Book of Nanak, the First Guru and teacher of the Sikhs --
Appendix XVIII: The Daswin Padshah Ka Granth, or, Book of the Tenth King or Sovereign Pontiff, i.e., Guru Gobind Singh --
Appendix XIX: Some principles of belief and practice ... --
Appendix XX: The admonitory letters of Nanak to the fabulous monarch of Karun, and the prescriptive letters of Gobind for the guidance of the Sikhs --
Appendix XXI: A list of Sikh sects, or orders, or denominations --
Appendix XXII: A genealogical table of the Sikh gurus or teachers --
Appendix XXIII: The treaty with Lahore of 1806 --
Appendix XXIV: Sir David Ochterlony's proclamation of 1809 --
Appendix XXV: The treaty with Lahore of 1809 --
Appendix XXVI: Proclamation of protection to Cis-Sutlej states against Lahore, dated 1809 --
Appendix XXVII: Proclamation of protection to Cis-Sutlej against another one, dated 1811 --
Appendix XXVIII: Indus Navigation Treaty of 1832 --
Appendix XXIX: Supplementary Indus Navigation Treaty of 1832 --
Appendix XXX: The Tripartite Treaty with Ranjit Singh and Shah Shuja of 1838 --
Appendix XXXI: Indus and Sutlej Toll Agreement of 1839 --
Appendix XXXII: Indus and Sutlej Toll Agreement of 1840 --
Appendix XXXIII: Declaration of war of 1845 --
Appendix XXXIV: First treaty with Lahore of 1846 --
Appendix XXXV: Supplementary articles to first treaty with Lahore of 1846 --
Appendix XXXVI: Treaty with Gulab Singh of 1846 --
Appendix XXXVII: Second treaty with Lahore of 1846 --
Appendix XXXVIII: Revenues of the Punjab as estimated in 1844 --
Appendix XXXIX: The army of Lahore, as recorded in 1844 --
Appendix XL: The Lahore family --
Appendix XLI: The Jammu family.
Responsibility: Edited by H.L.O. Garrett.

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