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Sikhs : a story of a people, their faith and culture

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Dive into the history, the philosophy, the essence of the Sikh faith, and trace its evolution. At the turn of the 15th century, Guru Nanak embarked on a series of journeys across the Indian subcontinent and instituted an equitable community and an egalitarian religion, built upon the values of inclusion, service, and kindness. Sikhs throws a spotlight on this incredible faith that places service before self. Today, it is the fifth largest religion in the world with over 30 million Sikhs across the globe. The book explores the gurus, the scriptures, the philosophy, and stories and legends. It explains how a faith led to the birth of a historic empire of immense military and political might, maps the emergence of a distinct identity, looks at its impact on the world today, and celebrates the contributions of this illustrious community.
London : Dorling Kindersley Limited, 2023.
324 pages
9780241607992 (hbk)
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