By Rajwant Singh Chilana
The International Bibliography of Sikh Studies brings jointly all books, composite works, magazine articles, convention court cases, theses, dissertations, venture experiences, and digital assets produced within the box of Sikh reports until eventually June 2004, making it the main entire and up to date reference paintings within the box today.
One of the youngest religions of the area, Sikhism has gradually attracted cognizance on an international scale in fresh a long time. increasingly more students is exploring the tradition, heritage, politics, and faith of the Sikhs. The turning out to be curiosity in Sikh experiences has led to an avalanche of literature, that is now for the 1st time introduced jointly within the International Bibliography of Sikh Studies.
This huge paintings lists over 10,000 English-language courses less than nearly 30 subheadings, every one representing a subfield in Sikh reports. The Bibliography includes sections on a large choice of topics, reminiscent of Sikh experts, Sikh philosophy, Sikh politics and Sikh faith. additionally, the encyclopedia offers an annotated survey of all significant scholarly paintings on Sikhism, and a selective directory of digital and web-based assets within the box. writer and topic indices are appended for the reader’s convenience.
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