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Sikhism and the Sikhs : an annotated…

Sikhism and the Sikhs : an annotated bibliography

by Priya Muhar Rai

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 031326130X, Hardcover)

Although extensive literature on Sikhs and Sikhism is available, only two book-length bibliographies, neither of which is annotated, have been published on the subject. Recent events in Punjab and growing Sikh migration have increased interest in Sikh studies, necessitating a bibliography that would capture the burgeoning literature of the past few years. The present work, Sikhism and the Sikhs: An Annotated Bibliography, includes books and journal articles published in English since 1965 that are either devoted exclusively to or have an emphasis on Sikhism and the Sikhs. Each entry is annotated.

The bibliography is divided into seven chapters: general works, Sikh history, works on the Sikh gurus, Sikh scriptures and philosophy, Sikh politics and social-economic conditions, Sikhs abroad, and source materials. Within each chapter, entries are listed by author or issuing agency and include complete bibliographic information. The entries are numbered consecutively throughout the book. The work is completed by author, title, and subject index. This unique and comprehensive bibliography will be an important addition to the reference collections of academic, public, and special libraries.

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