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The Sikhs And The British 1849-1920

Description This well-documented and well-researched treatise analyses the love and hate relationship between the Sikhs and the British relationship in the post Maharaja Ranjit Singh's era and post annexation period of Punjab from 1849-1920. The author opines that the religion-political renaissance among the Sikhs during this period was the major reason for the clash of interests between the Sikhs and the British. The same Sikh renaissance became the precursor of Indian freedom struggle. The whole account is based on facts and figures, and makes an objective evaluation of Sikh British relationship. The author has a good command over the English language, but, at places, his complex sentences create problems for ordinary readers[edit]
Keywords Singh Sabha, Khalsa, Henry Lawrence, Mutiny, Mcload, The Ghadarites, Dyer, O\'Dwyer, Mahants, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001386
Author Gurdarshan Singh
Year 1991
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Guru Nanak Dev Mission Library
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Length 21.2
Breadth 13.7
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         70
 
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