The Sikh Religion Vol.6 PDF
Download The Sikh Religion Vol.6 PDF by Max Arthur Macauliffe a Prominent Irish British Scholar. Volume 6 includes Life and Hymns of Bhagats of the Guru Granth Sahib.
Book has an extensive detail of The Sikh Religion – Its Gurus, Sacred Writings, and Authors in a total of Six Volumes. The first five volumes have the Life and history of 10 Sikh Gurus and the Last Volume talks about all the Bhagats, their Lifestories, and Gurbani’s creation.
|Book Title||The Sikh Religion – Its Gurus, Sacred Writings, and Authors|
|Writer||Max Arthur Macauliffe|
|Publisher||Clarendon Press [Oxford]|
|Source||Osmania University Library|
|Preserved By||Digital Library of India|
Volume 6 Index
The Sikh Religion Vol.6 by Max Arthur Macauliffe explains the Life Journeys of all the Bhagats of Guru Granth Sahib in the English Language. It includes Bhagat Jaidev, Namdev, Kabir, Shaikh Farid, Ravi Dass to name a few. The complete index of the Book is given below:
- Bhagats of Guru Granth Sahib,
- Life and Hymns of Bhagat Jaidev
- Life of Bhagat Namdev
- Bhagat Namdev’s Hymns
- Trilochan Bhagat
- Bhagat Parmanand
- Sadhna Bhagat
- Bhagat Beni
- Ramanand and Ramanuj
- Dhanna Bhagat
- Bhagat Pipa
- Sain Bhagat
- Life of Bhagat Kabir
- Bhagat Kabir’s Hymns
- Bhagat Kabir’s Sloks
- Life of Rav Das Bhagat
- Bhagat Rav Das’s Hymns
- Mira Bai (*from Bhai Banno Bir)
- Life of Sheikh Farid
- Hymns and Sloks of Farid
- Bhagat Bhikhan
- Bhagat Sur Das
Who was Max Arthur Macauliffe?
Max Arthur Macauliffe was a senior British administrator, prolific scholar, and author. He is renowned for his partial translation of Sri Guru Granth Sahib and Sikh history into English.
Macauliffe was the first English person who showed interest in the translation of Sikh writings. He had extensive access to a lot of manuscripts of Sikh Scriptures. His collaboration with prominent Sikh Scholar Giani Partap Singh brought the first translation of Sikh Scriptures in the English Language. Eventually, he accepted Sikhism as his religion and became MacAuliffe Singh.Download Now
I think this was the first attempt to understand sikhi by foreigner. Must read for research students.
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