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Guru Gobind Singh (1666–1708): Master of the White Hawk

Guru Gobind Singh (1666–1708): Master of the White Hawk
Guru Gobind Singh (1666–1708): Master of the White Hawk
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Guru Gobind Singh (1666–1708): Master of the White Hawk
Guru Gobind Singh (1666–1708): Master of the White Hawk
Guru Gobind Singh (1666–1708): Master of the White Hawk
  • ISBN: 9780199494941
  • Total Pages: 316 Pages
  • Edition: 1st Edition
  • Book Language: English
  • Available Book Formats:Hardcover
  • Year: 2019
  • Publication Date: 2019-09-02
  • Brand: Oxford University Press
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The unifying Theme in the life of Guru Gobind Singh was confrontation with the Mughals, which culminated in a struggle for political power. This fact is brought into sharp focus when we consider the gurus life and legacy simultaneously in the contexts of the Mughal empire, its feudatory states in the hills, and the Sikh movement. The creation of the Khalsa in 1699 as a political community with the aspiration to rule made Conciliation or compromise with the Mughal state almost impossible. Their long struggle ended eventually in the declaration of Khalsa Raj in 1765. Using contemporary and near contemporary sources in Gurmukhi, Persian, and English, J.S. Grewal presents a comprehensive study of this era of Sikh history. The volume elaborates on the life and legacy of Guru Gobind Singh and ex..

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The unifying Theme in the life of Guru Gobind Singh was confrontation with the Mughals, which culminated in a struggle for political power. This fact is brought into sharp focus when we consider the gurus life and legacy simultaneously in the contexts of the Mughal empire, its feudatory states in the hills, and the Sikh movement. The creation of the Khalsa in 1699 as a political community with the aspiration to rule made Conciliation or compromise with the Mughal state almost impossible. Their long struggle ended eventually in the declaration of Khalsa Raj in 1765. Using contemporary and near contemporary sources in Gurmukhi, Persian, and English, J.S. Grewal presents a comprehensive study of this era of Sikh history. The volume elaborates on the life and legacy of Guru Gobind Singh and explores the ideological background of the institution of the Khalsa and its larger political context. Grewal, however, emphasise that the legacy of the Khalsa was also social and cultural. This authoritative volume on the tenth Guru is a significant addition to the field of Sikh studies. Students, researchers, and scholars of Punjab and Sikh history and late medieval India; amateur researchers and General readers. Usa, Canada, UK, Australia, new Zealand where substantial number of Sikhs and Punjabi are settled, and where Sikh religion and history are being studied in universities.


About the Author

J.S. Grewal is former professor and vice chancellor of Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. Until recently, he was Professor of Eminence at the Punjabi University, Patiala, India.


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