Encyclopedia of Sikhism Vol.4
The Encyclopedia of Sikhism Volume 4 is a comprehensive, authoritative reference work on Sikhism, the fifth largest religion in the world. The volume is the fourth in the series and covers the letters S to Z of the alphabet. It is edited by renowned scholar Harbans Singh and published by Punjabi University, Patiala in the English language.
The encyclopedia is a great resource for both the lay reader and the specialist and contains a wealth of references and bibliographies. It is 585 pages long and weighs in at 60 MB in size. The direct style of writing and precision of language make it an invaluable source of information. Additionally, the well-tuned and orchestrated phrase makes it a pleasure to read.
|Editor in Chief||Harbans Singh|
|Publisher||Punjabi University Patiala|
|References||Full of references|
|Bibliography||Under each entry|
|File Size||60 Mb|
|Target audience||Useful for both lay reader and specialist|
|Special Features||Direct style of writing, precision of language, well-attuned and orchestrated phrase|
|Download||PDF download available|
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The direct writing style and precise language used make the encyclopedia an excellent resource for both lay readers and specialists. It is filled with a wealth of references and bibliographies, making it an invaluable source of information. The well-tuned and orchestrated phrase also makes it a pleasure to read.
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