This pamphlet contains a brief survey of the Sikh studies made in English only both by the European British writers and Indian writers during the 19th century and first five decades of 20th century. It also suggests certain fresh areas as well new aspects of Sikhism which need be studied and written about to promote the Sikh studies further. The account restricts itself only to the historical dimension of Sikh studies excluding its theological dimension. It also calls for a fresh interpretation of the pre-British history of the Sikhs the light of new evidence available. The author's opinion about European's view of Sikh history being limited and somewhat biased and Indian author's view of Sikh history being comprehensive is broadly believed. The author's scholarly grasp of the subject his as well as command over the language is adequate and mature.