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Among the Sikhs

Description This volume contains selected articles written by Ian Stephens published in the "The Statesman" in the year 1948 about the Sikhs and their sacred shrines in Pakistan and Indian Punjab soon after India's partition in 1947. These articles reveal the state of Sikh shrines in the newly created Pakistan - the Sikh shrines have not been damaged despite the atmosphere of communal hatred at that time. The articles also highlight the high morale of the Sikh refugees and their vibrant culture despite the trauma of partition. The appreciative tone of majority of the "Letters to the Editor", reflect the objectivity of reportage.[edit]
Keywords Nankana Sahib, Shahid Ganj, Taran Taran, Sikh Specialty, Akalis\' decision, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000839
Author Unknown
Year 1948
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher D.A. Lakin
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Length 30.0
Breadth 25.0
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         26
 
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