A History of the Sikhs: 1469-1838
First published in 1963, this remains the most comprehensive and authoritative book on the Sikhs. The new edition updated to the present recounts the return of the community to the mainstream of national life. Written in Khushwant Singh's trademark style to be accessible to a general, non-scholarly audience, the book is based on scholarly archival research.
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The Sikh Homeland
Birth of Sikhism
Building of the Sikh Church
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Abdali Adi Granth Adina Beg Khan Afghans Ahmed Shah Amar Amritsar Anandpur Arjun army Attock Banda battle became Bhai Bhaktas Bhangi British brother chiefs Dasam death Delhi Dewan disciples Doab Dost Mohammed Durbar Emperor English faith Fakir fight forces governor Gurdas Gurkhas Guru Gobind Singh Guru Nanak Guru's H. R. Gupta Hargobind Harimandir heart Hindu holy hymns Indus invasion Islam jagir Jahan janamsakhis Jassa Singh Ahluwalia Jats Jullundur Jumna Kabul Kangra Kanhayas Kashmir Kaur Khalsa Lahore Lehna Lord Maharajah Malwa Mannu Marathas Metcalfe Mir Mannu misls Mohkam Chand monsoon Mughal Multan Muslim Najibuddaulah Nalwa Nawab northern India Pathans Patiala peasants Persian Peshawar plundered Prakas Punjab Raja Rajputs Ramgarhia Ranjit Singh river Rohillas Sahib Sansar Chand Sardars sent Sikhs Sindh Sirhind Sufis Sukerchakia Sutlej Tegh Bahadur temple territories Thou thousand took Treaty troops turned village word worship wrote Yar Mohammed Zakarya