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Title:
The Khalsa and the Punjab : studies in Sikh history, to the nineteenth century
Author:
Indian History Congress. Session (60th : 1999 : Calicut University)
Physical Description:
xxxiii, 192 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Summary:
History of Sikhs from Punjab in 18th and 19th century; contributed articles presented at the 60th annual session of Indian History Congress at Calicut University, Calicut, India in 2002.
General Note:
"Indian History Congress."
Language:
English
Contents:
A personal reading of Sikh history / Jogendra Singh -- The Khalsa of Guru Gobind Singh : its soldiers and their arms / Iqtidar Alam Khan -- Maharaja Ala Singh's relations with the Marathas, 1758-61 / Kirpal Singh -- Origin of Sikh territorial chieftainships, 1748-59 / H.R. Gupta -- The Marathas-Sikh treaty of 1785 / Ganda Singh -- The Sikhs in the South / B.A. Saletore -- Maharaja Ranjit Singh : the man, his achievements and ideals / N.C. Banerjee -- Diplomatic code of Maharaja Ranjit Singh / Fauja Singh -- A note on General Ventura's jagir / S.N. Sen -- Khalsa ideology and politics : Banda Bahadur to Ranjit Singh / Indu Banga -- The Kashmir rebellion and the trial of Raja Lal Singh / Indubhushan Banerjee -- Three letters of Maharani Jind Kaur / Ganda Singh -- Evidence for sixteenth-century agrarian conditions in the Guru Granth Sahib / Irfan Habib -- Sikh painting : an appraisal / S.P. Verma.
ISBN:
9788185229720

9788185229713
Format :
Book