Encyclopedia of Sikhism Vol.1
The Encyclopedia of Sikhism Volume 1 is an extensive reference book on the subject of Sikhism. This publication contains information ranging from A to D, making it a comprehensive resource for anyone looking to learn about Sikhism. The editor-in-chief of this publication is Harbans Singh, who is a renowned scholar in the field of Sikh studies.
The Encyclopedia of Sikhism Volume 1 was published by the Punjabi University Patiala, one of the leading universities in India known for its contributions to Sikh studies. This publication is written in the English language, making it accessible to a wide range of readers. It is full of references, providing readers with reliable and credible sources to support the information presented.
|Title||The Encyclopaedia of Sikhism Volume 1|
|Contents||A to D|
|Editor in Chief||Harbans Singh|
|Publisher||Punjabi University Patiala|
|References||Full of references|
|Number of Pages||More than 600 pages|
The publication is substantial, with more than 600 pages of information. This comprehensive resource is 66 MB in size, providing readers with an in-depth look at Sikhism. The size of the publication may make it difficult to carry around, but the pdf download option available using the button below makes it convenient for readers to access the information whenever and wherever they need it.Download Now
Written in English, making it accessible to a wide audience. With a wealth of references, this publication provides credible and reliable information, making it an ideal resource for anyone looking to learn about Sikhism. Whether you are a student of religion, a practitioner of Sikhism, or simply someone interested in the subject, this book is a must-have for anyone looking to deepen their understanding of Sikhism.
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