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Description There is a crisis of faith among the Sikhs. The increasing trend of apostasy is threatening to eliminate Sikh identity Sikhs' religious, political and social problems have not been addressed properly in independent India. This book takes stock of all these issues and offers solutions. He suggests that the qualitative merit of Sikh way of life and its propagation alone can help the Sikhs to preserve their identity and address other problems. The author offers no practical solutions[edit]
Keywords Guru Amardas, Champa Singh, Ranjit Singh, Bala Janam Sakhi, Kabir, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-003640
Author Dr. Surjit Hans
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Punjabi Parkashan
ISBN 0 946468 35 4
Custodian Harnam Singh Shan, Dr.
Length 20.3
Breadth 14.2
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         172
 
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