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Selections from the Sacred Writings of the Sikhs

Trilochan Singh (Translator)
Synopsis This work 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, generally regarded as the greatest work of Punjabee and Hindi Literature, of which the principal authors were Guru Nanak and Guru Arjan, the first and the fifth of the ten Sikh Gurus. A remarkable feature of the Adi Granth is that it contains writings of teachers in the other religions including Hinduism and Islam and thus, as Dr. Radhakrishnan writes, "maintaining the tradition of India which respects all religions and believes in the freedom of the human spirit." The book was previously published in the UNESCO Collection of Representative Works (United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization). This edition, copublished by UNESCO and orient Longman, is in commemoration of the Tercentenary of the Khalsa.
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Title Selections from the Sacred Writings of the Sikhs
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2001
Edition Tercentenary ed
Language: English
isbn 8125017909
length 288p., Glossary; Index.