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by Darshan Singh Tatla

Category: Politics and Government
Subcategory: Political books
Author: Darshan Singh Tatla
ISBN: 0704426641
ISBN13: 978-0704426641
Publisher: University of Birmingham (July 1, 2008)
Pages: 79
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Sikhism and development: a perfect match? Darshan Singh Tatla.

Sikhism and development: a perfect match? Darshan Singh Tatla. New Forms of Religious Transnationalism and Development Initiatives: A Case Study of Dera Sant Sarwan Dass, Ballan, Punjab, India.

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The Sikh Diaspora book.

with Darshan Singh Tatla) Sikhs in Britain: An Annotated Bibliography. for Punjab Studies in Great Britain, pp25-26.

c) Bibliographies and Occasional Papers 1987 (with Darshan Singh Tatla) Sikhs in Britain: An Annotated Bibliography.

by Darsham Singh Tatla and Gurharpal Singh. This fine study of the Sikhs in Britain is a splendid addition to the field

by Darsham Singh Tatla and Gurharpal Singh. Select Format: Hardcover. This fine study of the Sikhs in Britain is a splendid addition to the field.

Darshan Tatla currently works at the Department of Punjab Historical Studies, Punjabi University, Patiala. He has written extensively on the Komagata Maru episode, the Ghadar movement and the Sikh Diaspora.

The book is politically charged, but sensitive, humane and open-minded at. .

The book is politically charged, but sensitive, humane and open-minded at the same time. Scholarly, analytical and deeply empathetic, it is a major contribution. Professor Judith M. Brown, University of Oxford.

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Hinduism and Sikhism are both Dharmic religions that originated in the Indian Subcontinent. Hinduism is an older religion, while Sikhism was founded in the 15th-century by Guru Nanak

Hinduism and Sikhism are both Dharmic religions that originated in the Indian Subcontinent. Hinduism is an older religion, while Sikhism was founded in the 15th-century by Guru Nanak. In the days of the Mughal Empire, the Sikh community came to the defence of Hindus who were being forcibly converted to Islam.

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