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The Sikhs of the Punjab ...

Author: Jaspal Singh Grewal; Gordon Johnson
Publisher: Cambridge Cambridge Univ. Press 1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Rev. ed., 1. pbk. ed
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A revised edition of the original book traces the history of the Sikhs from the time of its founder, Guru Nanak, right up to the present. It offers a comprehensive statement on one of the largest and  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jaspal Singh Grewal; Gordon Johnson
ISBN: 0521268842 9780521268844 0521637643 9780521637640
OCLC Number: 833282754
Notes: Literaturverz. S. 259 - 267
Description: XXV, 277 Seiten Karten 23 cm
Contents: Introduction; 1. The Turko-Afghan rule; 2. Foundation of the Sikh Panth; 3. Evolution of the Sikh Panth (1539-1606); 4. Transformation of the Sikh Panth (1606-1708); 5. Rise to political power (1708-1799); 6. The Sikh empire (1799-1848); 7. Recession and resurgence (1849-1919); 8. In the struggle for freedom (1920-1947); 9. Towards the 'Punjab-Province' (1947-1966); 10. In the new Punjab state (1966-1984); Epilogue; Appendices.
Responsibility: J.S. Grewal.

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'... simply the best, most clearly written, and most useful one-volume historical survey of the subject that currently is available.' Religious Studies Review '... a valuable text for students who Read more...

 
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