Sikhism Origin And Development

Author by : Dalbir Singh Dhillon
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Dis Continuity Between Sikhism And Islam

Author by : Mark Horowitz
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Description : ABSTRACT: The purpose of this study is to analyze the development of the Sikh concept of hukam, which is usually translated as a divine command or order. The concept is prominently featured in the Sikh sacred scripture (Guru Granth) and is an important aspect of daily ritual life for the Sikhs. The goal of this study is to provide initial insight into how the concept developed in the Sikh scriptural tradition, as well as the implications that the concept had for the Sikh community. This paper traces the development of hukam from the concepts origin in the Islamic tradition, the writings of Kabir, and the Sikh Gurus, with primary interest in Nanak's compositions. Each of these helps to provide a comprehensive understanding of how the concept developed across cultures and religious traditions. The first section analyzes how hukam, originally an Arabic word and an Islamic concept, was employed in the Qur'an. This section includes an analysis of the derivative words that share the HKM verbal root with hukam. The second section analyzes hukam in its earliest South Asian context through the compositions of Kabir, a 15th century Indian Saint. The third and fourth sections of the paper deal with Guru Nanak and his successors, respectively. Starting with Nanak, who founded the Sikh religion, I analyze how he used hukam to emphasize a divine order that was familiar for South Asian traditions, while preserving much of the original themes discussed in the Qur'an. In the following section, I note how Nanak's successors build on his concept of hukam, utilizing it in a manner that reflects that growing Sikh identity and authority of the Guru. Through this analysis, I conclude that the continuity the Sikh concept of hukam displays with the Qur'an forces us to reexamine the connections between Sikhism and Islam, which have previously been overlooked or ignored amongst scholars of Sikhism. By analyzing the development of the concept across textual traditions, I provide a framework by which the uniqueness of the Sikh hukam can be extracted.


History Of The Sikhs The Sikh Commonwealth Or Rise And Fall Of Sikh Misls

Author by : Hari Ram Gupta
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Description : Illustrations: 4 Maps Description: History of the Sikhs is a five volume series which deals with all aspects-religious, philosophical, political, military, social, economic and cultural, and the contribution of Sikhism to world civilization, in particular to human rights, principles of liberty, equality and fraternity, and to the creed of democracy and secularism. The aim is to present a comprehensive view of the rise, growth and development of Sikh thought and action almost in every direction. The whole series is based on original contemporary sources in English, Gurmukhi, Marathi, Persian and Urdu known to exist in India and abroad. This fourth volume deals with the rise and fall of Sikh misls. In Sikh history this term was first used by Guru Gobind Singh in the battle Bhangani in 1688, when he organised his forces into eleven misls. Banda Bahadur adopted the same organisation of eleven divisions in the battle of Sarhind in May 1710. In 1734 Nawab Kapur Singh divided the Khalsa into Budha Dal and Taruna Dal, both comprising eleven groups. This division was permanently adopted at the formation of Dal Khalsa in 1748. The Phulkian states were not a Sikh misl. They developed as petty kingdoms from the beginning. They owed allegiance to the Mughals and Durranis, the enemies of their faith. They purchased titles from them. The Sikh misls never agreed to serve under Muslim masters. Lahna Singh Bhangi flatly rejected to become Ahmad Shah Durrani's viceroy of Panjab. Baghel Singh Karorasinghia controlled Delhi for nine months as an independent chief. He thrice turned down Emperor Shah Alam's firman appointing him governor of the Upper Ganga Doab. The Sikh misls dominated the whole country from river Indus to the Ganga, and from punch in Kashmir to the borders of Sind and Baluchistan. The Mughal Emperor, his prime ministers, Rohillas, Jats, Rajputs, Marathas, the British, hill rajas, and Durrani monarchs, all were terribly afraid of Sikh misls in spite of their complete disunity and mutual warfare. The misls in the western region were unceremoniously finished by Maharaja Ranjit Singh, and by the British Government in the eastern region.


The Sikh And Sikhism

Author by : Anonim
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Historical Dictionary Of Sikhism

Author by : Louis E. Fenech
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Description : Sikhism traces its beginnings to Guru Nanak, who was born in 1469 and died in 1538 or 1539. With the life of Guru Nanak the account of the Sikh faith begins, all Sikhs acknowledging him as their founder. Sikhism has long been a little-understood religion and until recently they resided almost exclusively in northwest India. Today the total number of Sikhs is approximately twenty million worldwide. About a million live outside India, constituting a significant minority in the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States. Many of them are highly visible, particularly the men, who wear beards and turbans, and they naturally attract attention in their new countries of domicile. This third edition of Historical Dictionary of Sikhism covers its history through a chronology, an introductory essay, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section has over 1000 cross-referenced entries on key persons, organizations, the principles, precepts and practices of the religion as well as the history, culture and social arrangements. This book is an excellent access point for students, researchers, and anyone wanting to know more about Sikhism.


The A To Z Of Sikhism

Author by : W. H. McLeod
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Description : Contrary to popular opinion, there is more to Sikhism than the distinctive dress. First of all, there is the emergence of Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism, and the long line of his successors. There are the precepts, many related to liberation through the divine name or nam. There is a particularly turbulent history in which the Sikhs have fought to affirm their beliefs and resist external domination that continues to this day. There is also, more recently, the dispersion from the Punjab throughout the rest of India and on to Europe and the Americas. With this emigration Sikhism has become considerably less exotic, but hardly better known to outsiders. This reference is an excellent place to learn more about the religion. It provides a chronology of events, a brief introduction that gives a general overview of the religion, and a dictionary with several hundred entries, which present the gurus and other leaders, trace the rather complex history, expound some of the precepts and concepts, describe many of the rites and rituals, and explain the meaning of numerous related expressions. All this, along with a bibliography, provides readers with an informative and accessible guide toward understanding Sikhism.


The Study Of Hinduism

Author by : Arvind Sharma Ph D
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Description : Leading scholars from around the world take stock of two centuries of intellectual investment in Hinduism, and chart the course of what remains to be accomplished in the field of Hindu studies.


Studying The Sikhs

Author by : John Stratton Hawley
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Description : This basic guide and resource book targets four fields—religious studies, history, world literature, and ethnic or migration studies—in which Sikhism is now receiving greater attention. The authors explain the problems of studying and interpreting Sikhism, and opportunities for integrating Sikh studies into a broader curriculum in each field. They also provide a sense of the Sikh community’s own approach to education, and evaluate materials and approaches at the North American university level. Included are a sample syllabus with an explanatory essay, a bibliographical guide, a glossary, and a general bibliography. Gurinder Singh Mann’s review of his course on Sikhism is an effective mini-guide to the field as a whole.


Special Times Sikhism

Author by : Gerald Haigh
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Description : A contemporary and diverse picture of the journey through life in each world religion.


Political Philosophy Of The Sikh Gurus

Author by : Kanwarjit Singh
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Description : The Sikhs And Their Polity Have Attracted Good Deal Of Attention As A Result Of Recent Developments In Panjab And Some Of The Basic Formulations Are Being Questioned. In A Period Of Turmoil Both The Rulers And The Ruled Seem To Have Forgotten Their Duties. The Author, Who Has Based His Work On Original Sources Such As The Adi Granth, The Dasam Granth, Varan Bhai Gurdas And Other Contemporary Sources, Has Deve¬Loped Answers To Some Of The Problems Relating To Sikh Polity By Quoting The Authority Of The Sikh Gurus Themselves.The Major Focus Of The Present Work Is On The Political Philosophy Of The Sikh Gurus As Conceived By Guru Nanak And Developed By The Successive Gurus. The Author Asserts That Guru Nanak Clearly Understood The Political Milieu And Reacted To The Politics Of Oppression Whether It Was From The Ruling Elite Or Vested Priestly Interests. The Guru Had Clearly Laid The Foundation Of A Viable Political Alternative By Giving A Distinct Political Ideology And Creating A Model Society, In Which There Were Neither The Suppressors Nor The Suppressed. In The Present Context It Will Be Relevant To Point Out That While The Sikh Gurus Clearly Condemned Political Oppression They Also Emphasised The Use Of Moral Force As A Major Weapon To Fight Politi¬Cal Opponents. Paradoxical As It May Sound, Guru Gobind Singh Suggested A Code Of Ethics Even In The Conduct Of Wars.


The Cherished Five In Sikh History

Author by : Louis E. Fenech
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Description : Despite the centrality of this group to modern Sikhism, scholarship on the Panj Piare has remained sparse. Louis Fenech's new book examines the Khalsa and the role that the Panj Piare have had in the development of the Sikh faith over the past three centuries.


The Guru Granth Sahib

Author by : Pashaura Singh
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Description : This book examines three closely related questions in the process of canon formation in the Sikh tradition: how the text of the Adi Granth came into being, the meaning of gurbani, and how the Adi Granth became the Guru Granth Sahib. The censure of scholarly research on the Adi Granth was closely related to the complex political situation of Punjab and brought the whole issue of academic freedom into sharper focus. This book addresses some of these issues from an academic perspective. The Adi Granth, the sacred scripture of the Sikhs, means ‘first religious book’ (from the word ‘adi’ which means ‘first’ and ‘granth’ which means ‘religious book’). Sikhs normally refer to the Adi Granth as the Guru Granth Sahib to indicate a confession of faith in the scripture as Guru. The contents of the Adi Granth are commonly known as bani (utterance) or gurbani (the utterance of the Guru). The transcendental origin (or ontological status) of the hymns of the Adi Granth is termed dhur ki bani (utterance from the beginning). This particular understanding of revelation is based upon the doctrine of the sabad, or divine word, defined by Guru Nanak and the succeeding Gurus. This book also explores the revelation of the bani and its verbal expression, devotional music in the Sikh tradition, the role of the scripture in Sikh ceremonies, and the hymns of Guru Nanak and Guru Arjan.


Sikhism Simple Guides

Author by : Sewa Singh Kalsi
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Description : THIS BOOK WILL HELP YOU• to appreciate one of the historic religions of the Indian subcontinent• to understand what it means to be a Sikh, especially the guru—disciple relationship• to recognize the key festivals of the Sikh year and the different aspects of Sikh worship and practice• to avoid faux pas in conversation, in travelling and in personal relationshipsACCESS THE WORLD’S RELIGIONSSimple Guides: Religions is a series of concise, accessible introductions to the world’s major religions. Written by experts in the field, they offer an engaging and sympathetic description of the key concepts, beliefs and practices of different faiths.Ideal for spiritual seekers and travellers alike, Simple Guides aims to open the doors of perception. Together the books provide a reliable compass to the world’s great spiritual traditions, and a point of reference for further exploration and discovery. By offering essential insights into the core values, customs and beliefs of differentsocieties, they also enable visitors to be aware of the cultural sensibilities of their hosts, and to behave in a way that fosters mutual respect and understanding.


A History Of The Sikhs 1469 1838

Author by : Khushwant Singh
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Description : This is the standard and well established book on its subject, accessible to a general non scholarly audience, while being based on scholarly archival research. Singh exhaustively covers the genesis and development of Sikhism and the Sikh community, up to the time of Maharaja RanjitSingh.


International Bibliography Of Sikh Studies

Author by : Rajwant Singh Chilana
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Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : The International Bibliography of Sikh Studies brings together all books, composite works, journal articles, conference proceedings, theses, dissertations, project reports, and electronic resources produced in the field of Sikh Studies until June 2004, making it the most complete and up-to-date reference work in the field today. This monumental work lists over 10,000 English-language publications under almost 30 subheadings, each representing a subfield in Sikh Studies. The Bibliography contains sections on a wide variety of subjects, such as Sikh gurus, Sikh philosophy, Sikh politics and Sikh religion. Furthermore, the encyclopedia presents an annotated survey of all major scholarly work on Sikhism, and a selective listing of electronic and web-based resources in the field. Author and subject indices are appended for the reader’s convenience. The online version of the International Bibliography of Sikh Studies includes hyperlinks and offers the possibility to search on author, title, key word or subject, making this huge reference work easily accessible and user-friendly.


Brother Bakht Singh

Author by : B. E. Bharathi Nuthalapati
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Description : Brother Bakht Singh Chabra, a Sikh convert, was one of the foremost evangelists and Bible teachers in India. Bakht Singh was well known as a pioneer in gospel contextualization and a proponent of indigenous Indian churches. The movement and assemblies he established were often viewed as splinter groups from mainstream churches and many considered his teachings and theology as negatively syncretic. In this publication, Dr Bharathi Nuthalapati establishes that Bakht Singh’s theology was rooted in the Indian spirituality of experience through personal relationship and devotion to God or Bhakti. Brother Singh Christianized Bhakti and in his hands Bhakti became a Christian idiom. The author also analyzes how pre-Christian, Sikh elements persisted in Bakht Singh’s movement while remaining theologically orthodox, as well as how various aspects of Indian religiosity and biblical and western Christianity were adopted, rejected, reinterpreted, or revolutionized in his movement.


Sikhism

Author by : EBA
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Description : Sikhism is the newest religion of India. Therefore, it is free from several shortcomings of the older religions (Hinduism, Jainism & Buddhism). But it still carries some hangover of Hinduism.This book is a complete evaluation of Sikhism. It examines the historical factors which led to the development of Sikhism, why it became so powerful and what has been its positive contribution to the growth of human consciousness. This book also demonstrates how a part of Sikhism is false and harmful. This book compares it with other religions and examines whether it can co-exist peacefully in a multi-religious society. My evaluation of the cosmological beliefs of Sikhism is based on the latest scientific theories about the origin, evolution, and operation of the universe. The world-view of Sikhism as stated in this book is based on the most basic Sikh text - Sri Guru Granth Sahib. All quotations in this book have been taken directly from this basic source. This book is meant for anyone who wants to understand the religions of the world and the fundamental role they have played in shaping human thought & behavior. It would also enable you to make an informed decision on whether or not to follow or propagate the Sikh way of life.


Believe In God But Not In Religion

Author by : Lakshmi Narayan
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Description : The Author Is A Staunch Theist Firmly Persuaded Of The Existence Of A Supreme Being As Good As He Is Powerful, Who Has Formed All Things...The Author Does Not Join Any Of The Sects Which All Contradict One Another. His Religion Is The Most Ancient And The Most Widespread; For The Simple Worship Of God Preceded All The So-Called 'Religious' Systems Of The World. He Speaks In A Language Which All People Understand, While They Do Not Understand One Another. He Counts All The Sages For His Fellows. He Believes That Religion Consists Neither In The Opinions Of An Unintelligible Metaphysics Nor In Vain Shows But In Worship And In Justice. To Do Good Is His Worship, To Submit To God Is His Creed.... This Book Believe In God But Not In Religion] Comes With A Mission. A.N. Prasad Engineer-Emeritus And Litterateur


The Splendours And Dimensions Of Yoga

Author by : R. S. Bajpai
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Description : The Book Entitled, The Splendours And Dimensions Of Yoga Brilliantly Covers Up Eight Limbs Of Yoga. Besides, There Are Very Remarkable Chapters Covering The Entire Gamut Of Science Of Yoga Mostly Dealing With Upanishads And Gita, Also Total Sanskrit Texts To Yoga Sutra Of Sage Patanjali To Prove It A Master-Piece. And There Is A Good Background Of Few Well-Known Yogins And Most Imminent Yoga Scholars, Saints And Tantriks Related To The Art Of Yoga As Well As A Lot Of Original Effort To Depict The Whole Panorama Of It. It Deals With Indian Philosophy, Where Needed, And Also With The Abolition Of All Desires. It Has A Very Remarkable Commentary On Emptiness Of Buddhism, Keeping In Mind All The Trends And Views As Highlighted By H.H. Dalai Lama. This Book Is Rich In New Vision, Freshness And Spiritualism, So Please Try To Own A Copy Of It For Yourself And Get Good Inspiration, Full Joy, Good Health And A Wonderful Experience Of Spiritualism.


Theory Of Avat Ra And Divinity Of Chaitanya

Author by : Janmajit Roy
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Description : The Present Book Is A Comprehensive And Comparative Study Of The Origin And Development Of The Concept Of Avatèra In The Theological And Biographical Literature Of India: Vedic, Sanskrit, Pali And Bengali. It Seeks To Understand The Incarnated Divinity Of Chaitanya (1486Å1533) And The Socio-Religious And Psychological Factors Responsible For His Apotheosis During His Life-Time. The Study Also Shows How The Concept Of Avatèra, Though Un-Vedic In Origin, Has Absorbed Many Vedic Elements Of Solar Myth And Natural Allegory, Has Synthesized Various Elements From The Epico-Purè!Ic Tradition And Has Ultimately Blossomed Forth As An Eclectic Theory In The Bengal School Of Vai !Avism. It Further Shows That Both Vai !Avism And The Concept Of Avatèra Owe Their Origin To K !A Vèsudeva, The Great Synthesizer Of The Aryan And Non-Aryan Cultures In Ancient India And Ascribes The Theoretical Development Of The Concept Of Avatèra In The Medieval Period To Various Attempts Of Interpreting Chaitanya S Life And Personality. In This Study, Avatèravèda Does Not Merely Remain To Be A Theological Doctrine, But Turns Out, On In-Depth Scrutiny, To Be Also A Method Of Analysis And Interpretation Of Both History And Its Maker With Stress On Synthesis And Syncretism.The Study Dwells Upon Many Relevant Topics Like Relationship Between Avatèravèda And Vyêhavèda, Psychosomatic Symptoms Of Avatèrahood, Zoomorphism And Mythic Elements In The Stories Of The Ten Incarnations Of Vi !U, Historical Significance Of The Episode Of Kalki And Chronology Of The Mytho-Historic Avatèras With The Help Of The Purè!Ic Calendar Of The Four Ages.


Glimpses Of Reality

Author by : Benito De Donno
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Description : With A Vast Knowledge Of Physics, Metaphysics, Biology, Spirituality, Health And Cosmic Laws, De Donno Probes Over 150 Unexplained Mysteries, Providing A Unique Perspective Of Creation, Backed By Persuasive Scientific Data. In Fascinating Details, De Donno Explains Our Highly Complex Connection To The Spiritual Realms, And The Innate Power We Have To Attain Vibrant And Lasting Health, As Well As Happiness And Spiritual Fulfillment. Ignorance, He Says, Is The Only Thing Separating Us From Godliness. And Most Illnesses Are Caused By Nutritional Toxemia A Kind Of Slow Food Poisoning. When We Burn Or Metabolize Food, Says De Donno, We Get Heat, Not Life; Life Is A Different Type Of Energy Altogether. A Fruitarian For The Past Thirteen Years, De Donno Presents A Startling Approach To Health And Longevity, In The Contest Of An Entirely New Perspective Of Our Physical Reality. For Eye-Opening Insight Into The True Nature Of Creation, Our Purpose Within It, And The Means Of Achieving Lasting Happiness And Fulfillment, This Book Is Must-Read, For The Scientist And The Skeptic Alike.Disease Should Be Prevented Rather Than Cured, And There Is Only One Unfailing Way Of Doing That. The Key To Avoiding All Health Problems Is Already Built Within Us It Is Our Own Immune System. The Explanation Of How To Strengthen Our Biological Defense Mechanism Without The Use Of Drugs, So As To Become Virtually Unaffected By Microbes, Bacteria, Fungi, Free Radicals And All Other Forms Of Antigen, Is One Of The Objectives Of This Book. And These Are Not Just Empty Theories. The Principles Presented In This Book Have Been Repeatedly Proven By The Author And Countless Others, Who Have Become Virtually Immune To Disease.Besides Providing A Detailed Explanation Of The Spiritual World, Glimpses Of Reality Answers Many Of Life S Hitherto Unexplained Mysteries, And Is Sure To Appeal To The Rapidly-Growing Number Of Truth Seekers.


Swami Vivekananda

Author by : P. R. Bhuyan
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Description : The Book Is A Comprehensive Account Of Swami Vivekananda S Nationalism That Went A Long Way In Proliferating National Energy Against The British Imperialism In India In Particular And The Western Imperialism In Other Parts Of The Globe In General. History Witnessed The Beginning Of The Great End Of Century-Long Hibernation Of The Indian Masses Under The Foreign Domination.Humanism And Universalism, The Two Cardinal Features Of Indian Spiritual Culture, Are The Bedrock Upon Which His Nationalism Is Based. Hence, The Book Highlights His Message For The Promotion Of International Unity And Integrity Through Religion And Spiritualism To Achieve The Grand Ideal Of Universal Brotherhood And Goodwill To Ensure Peaceful Co-Existence To Avert Wars.His Nationalism Also Seeks To Project India As A Stage For The Whole World And Fervently Calls Upon His Compatriots To Play The Traditional Role Of A Spiritual Guide What India Calls Her Spiritual Mission In All Ages Of History.Man-Making And Character-Building Are The Two Vital Aspects Of Swami Vivekananda S Nationalism, The Book Vigorously Spotlights Upon, Keeping In View The Present Scenario Of The Depletion Of The Ethical Values And The Erosion Of The Social Sanctity Leading To The Deterioration In The Quality Of Life Of Man In India And Abroad.A Sincere Adherence To The Nationalism Of Swami Vivekananda Is Sure To Usher In A New Era Of Efflorent Renaissance And Resurgence Leading The Whole Mankind Along The Path Of Supreme Peace And Progress Towards The Divinity In The Long Run.


Sikhism And Indian Civilization

Author by : Raj Pruthi
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Description : Contents: Introduction, Sikhism, The Development of Sikhism As a Distinct Religion, Sikh Tradition: Competing Organisations and Ideology, The Sikh Gurus, The Religion and Social Organisation of the Sikhs, Women in Sikhism, Gender and the Sikh Panth, Sikh Code of Conduct, The Concept of Hukam in Sikhism and Religious Experience, Sikh Politics in India, Unity of God The Sikh Point of View, Sikh Saints, Sikhism and Other Religious, Sikhism in the 21st Century.


Hyderabad State

Author by : Anonim
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Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru And The Peasant Movement

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Description : In 1930, After The Commencement Of The Salt Satyagraha, A Peasant Agitation In An Organised Manner Was Started In U.P. By Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, Which Provided Enormous Strength To The Civil Disobedience Movement. The Agitation Contributed In Two Ways To The Civil Disobedience Movement. In The First Place It Contri¬Buted In Creating An Awakening Among The Farmers Of India And Infused New Life Into Them. In The Second Place The Struggle, Launched By Nehru, Strengthened The C.D.M. It Was This Awakening Which Made The Farmers Fearless In Their Relations With Zamindars, Taluqdars, Police And Officials And Ultimately It Brought About A Gradual Decline In The Injus¬Tices And Cruelties Committed Against The Farmers By The Landlords And Others. It Was This Agitation Which Laid The Foundation For The Abolition Of The Zamindari System. The Present Volume Will Help In A Modest Way In Augmenting The Treasure House Of Knowledge For The Political, Social, Economic And Historical Forces Of The Times Because All Important Literature Relating To The Work, Activities And Thinking Of Pt. Nehru During The Peasant Agitation Has Been Incorpora¬Ted In This Book.


History Of Sirsa Town

Author by : Jugal Kishore Gupta
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Socio Religious Reform Movements In British India

Author by : Kenneth W. Jones
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Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : Socio-religious Reform Movements in British India will appeal to students and scholars in a wide variety of social scientific disciplines.


A Critique Of Phenomenology

Author by : Sunil Kumar Sarker
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Description : Philosophers Of All Persuasions Claim That It Is Only Phenomenology That Can Show Us The Way Out Of The Philosophical Cul De Sac And Can Lead Us To The Disclosure Of The Structures Of Consciousness And Life-World. The Present Work Analyses Such Proud Claims Threadbare From The View¬Points Of: Psychology, Existentialism, Marxism And Indian Philosophies. It Also Includes The Author S Own Criticisms Of Phenomenology. But The Book Is Not All Negative In Attitude; It Also Gives An Account Of The Plus-Points Of Phenomenology. In Addition, Chapter I Of The Book Briefly Intro¬Duces Phenomenology Itself, Which Will Help Even The Uninitiated Pursue The Arguments Of The Work.


Existential Aesthetics

Author by : Anonim
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