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Nehru Family and The Sikhs

 
Harbans Singh (Author)
Synopsis The book is a fascinating and revealing study of the relationship between the Nehru family and the Sikhs and their contribution to the national cause during the freedom struggle and post-independence period. The book highlights Nehru family’s concern for the Sikh community spread over four generations and is a plea for the promotion of secular and composite culture so dearly cherished both by the Nehrus and the Sikhs. The publication of this book is particularly relevant at the present juncture when certain crucial issues about the role of the Sikhs in the larger national context are occupying the minds of the people.
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About the author

Harbans Singh

Prof. Harbans Singh is a noted scholar and educationist connected with a number of cultural and educational institutions. In 1976, he was elected Vice-President of the world Congress of Faiths. He was presented Roll of Honour by the Department of Oriental Studies of the Panjab University, Chandigarh, in 1977, for his contribution in the field of literature education. In 1978, Prof. Harbans Singh undertook tour of the European countries, United Kingdom, United States of America, Canada and Iran and studied the problems of the Indians settled in those countries. Prof. Harbans Singh represented India at the United Nations General Assembly as a Member of the Indian Delegation in 1983. A nationalist by training and temperament. Prof. Singh is known for his voice of caution on various sensitive issues involving his community and country.

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Bibliographic information

Title Nehru Family and The Sikhs
Author Harbans Singh
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1984
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
length xx+139p., Appendices; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.
Subjects History