The History of Sikh Gurus


Verlag: Lotus Press Publishers & Distributors, 2009
ISBN 10: 8183820751 / ISBN 13: 9788183820752
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It is a History book covering the life-span, deeds, important Events in the life of the ten Sikh Gurus and necessary details of the eleventh and the last guru, Shri Guru Granth Sahibji. Written in simple and lucid Style it makes an easy and interesting reading. Through the book is meant for all age groups, the focus is on the youth of today, for, the moral and Ethical values which the book imparts leaves everlasting message for the readers. The book conveys a message of brotherhood, respect, compassion and empathy for and towards all. It also conveys that all human beings are equal, irrespective of colour, cast, creed, Gender and should be treated as humans. The book is a must-read for all two have interest in the history of Sikh Gurus. Contents Background 1. Guru Nanak Dev 2. Guru Angad Dev 3. Guru Amar Das 4. Guru Ram Das 5. Guru Arjan Dev 6. Guru Hargobind 7. Guru Har Rai 8. Guru Harkrishan 9. Guru Tegh Bahadur 10. Guru Gobind Singh 11. Guru Granth Sahib 12. The Dassam Granth 13. Development and Transformation of Sikhs in to Khalsa Printed Pages: 192. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 46606

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Titel: The History of Sikh Gurus
Verlag: Lotus Press Publishers & Distributors
Erscheinungsdatum: 2009
Einband: Softcover
Zustand: New

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PHILAURI, Sharadha Rama; COURT, Major Henry (trans.)
Verlag: Lahore: Printed at the "Civil and Military Gazette" Press, 1888 (1888)
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Peter Harrington. ABA member
(London, Vereinigtes Königreich)

Buchbeschreibung Lahore: Printed at the "Civil and Military Gazette" Press, 1888, 1888. Octavo. Original dark green pebble-grained cloth, title gilt to the front board within blind panels which repeat on the lower board, marbled endpapers, binder's ticket of the Civil & Military Gazette Press to the front pastedown. Somewhat rubbed, particularly at the lower corners, cloth slightly bubbled, rebacked with the original spine laid down, hinges lined with linen, light browning, remains very good. First edition. Extremely uncommon, Copac has BL, SOAS, Oxford and Royal Asiatic Society only, no copies traced at auction. First English translation of Shardha Ram Phillauri's account of the rise of Sikhism and the rule of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, one of the works that established Shardha Ram as the "Father of modern Punjabi prose". As it was considered as an important source for British administrators in the region, Court was "asked to bring this work out as soon as possible, as it was much required, and I have, therefore, done so as quickly as I could. I have priced it at six rupees to subscribers, and eight rupees to non-subscribers, so as to put it within the reach of all I must not conclude without publicly acknowledging my best and warmest thanks to Pandat Nihal Chand, of Lahore, with whom I carefully read through, and corrected, the translation". Court added the grammar, basing it on one published by the American Presbyterian Mission Press, having "often tried, but in vain, to get one, and my aim in inserting one has been simply to supply this want"; and similarly the appendix of technical words was "chiefly taken" from the Mission Press's Panjabi Dictionary, but arranged alphabetically "for general utility and easy reference and have added a reverse index in English to enable a word to be easily found, if required, in translating English into Gurmukhi" (Translator's Preface). Born in 1843, and educated at Cheltenham College, Court was commissioned a cornet in the Bengal Cavalry in 1860, rising to lieutenant-colonel in 1886, and retiring in the year of publication of this work, having seen active service in the Second Afghan War. Court is best known for his translations including The Araish-i-Mahfil (1872), The Nasr-i-Benazir (1889), and an adaptation of Malcolm's History of Persia from Mirza Hairat's Persian translation, (1888). He died in 1892 at Addiscombe. Chopra, Maharaja Ranjit Signh and his Times, pp.25-6. Artikel-Nr. 107001

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