|Other titles||Sacred writings of the Sikhs, Daswen̲ Pādshāh kā Granth. English. Selections.|
|Statement||translated by Trilochan Singh ... [et al.] ; revised by George S. Fraser ; introduction by S. Radhakrishnan ; foreword by Arnold Toynbee.|
|Series||UNESCO collection of representative works. Indian series|
|Contributions||Singh, Trilochan., Fraser, G. S. 1915-1980.|
|LC Classifications||BL2020.S5 A54 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||288 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||288|
|ISBN 10||9780979534607, 9789231040740|
|LC Control Number||2008613962|
This Work May Be Described As An Authorised Version Of Certain Sacred Hymns Of The Sikh Scriptures. It Is The Fruit Of The Joint Labours Of The Most Contemporary Sikh Theologicans And Scholars Who Worked Under The Direction Of The Late Dr S. Radhakrishnan, Noted Indian Philosopher And Statesman. This Edition Co-Published With Unesco Is In Commemoration Of The Tercentenary . The Sacred Writings of the Sikhs [et al Trilochan Singh] on vanbuskirkphotos.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying vanbuskirkphotos.com: $ DOWNLOAD NOW» Illustrations: 3 Maps Description: History of the Sikhs is a five volume series dealing with all aspects-religious, philosophical, political, military, social, economic and cultural, and the contribution of Sikhism to world civilization, in particular to human rights, principles of liberty, equality and fraternity, and to the creed of democracy and secularism. About this Item: Samuel Weiser, Inc., U.S.A., Soft cover. Condition: Very Good Plus. No Jacket. 1st Edition. VG+. 1st Printing of the stated 1st US Edition thus, translated by Trilochan Singh, Jodh Singh, Kapur Singh, Bawa Harkishen Singh and Khuswant Singh, revised by George S. Fraser, with introduction by Radhakrishnan and foreword by ARNOLD TOYNBEE.
About the Book This may be described as an authorized version of certain of the Sacred Hymns of the Sikh Scriptures. It is the fruit of the joint labours of the most distinguished contemporary Sikh theologians and scholars who worked under the direction of the late Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, noted Indian philosopher and statesman. The contents comprise selections mainly from the Adi Granth. Oct 27, · This is a good augury. Preface UNESCO entrusted the task of translating a selection of the Sacred Writings of the Sikhs. Aug 6, Sikhs carry a canopy protecting the Shri Guru Granth Sahib, the religion's sacred book, during celebrations of the th anniversary of the. Many Sikhs see Pakistan as the place where their religion began. SELECTIONS FROM THE SACRED WRITINGS OF THE SIKHS. THE SACRED WRITINGS OF THE SIKHS Tercentenary Edition (Paperback) TRANSLATED BY. A book that has meant, and means, so much to such a notable community as the Sikh Khalsa deserves close study from the rest of the world. Chapter 8: The Sacred Literature of the Sikhs. Sikhism is an offshoot of Hinduism. Regarded by many scholars as only a reformed Hindu sect, it is considered by its own followers as a separate faith. The British Indian census has recognized it as such and each .
Download the sikhs ebook free in PDF and EPUB Format. the sikhs also available in docx and mobi. Read the sikhs online, read in mobile or Kindle. Selections From The Sacred Writings Of The Sikhs. Author: Editor: Orient Blackswan ISBN: this remains the most comprehensive and authoritative book on the Sikhs. The new edition. First book, the principal sacred text of Sikhism contains hymns and poetry as well as the teachings of the first five gurus Holy book, Sikh holy book. Guru's added to it during their Guruship. Have sections of non-Sikh religious writings to show inclusiveness. Declared successor by Guru Gobind Singh. Most sacred place for Sikhs today. Guru Granth Sahib is given the greatest respect and honour. Sikhs cover their heads and remove their shoes while in the presence of this sacred scripture, their eternal living guru. Guru Granth Sahib is normally carried on the head and as a sign of respect, never touched with unwashed hands or Religion: Sikhism. Selections from the Sacred Writings of the Sikhs [Adi Granth] Revised by George S. Fraser; introduction by Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan; foreword by Arnold Toynbee New edition: Orient Longman/UNESCO,