The Sikhs: Faith, Philosophy & Folk
Lustre Press, 1998 - Religion - 95 pages
The author gives an introduction to the history, customs and practices of the Sikh people. It narrates the origin of this unique faith at the hands of a man with a vision and extraordinary intelligence.
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