Sikh History from Persian Sources: Translations of Major Texts
J. S. Grewal, Irfan Habib
Tulika, 2001 - Sikhs - 228 pages
This Volume Presents Translations Of All Major Persian Sources Of Sikh History Upto 1765, When Sikh Power Was Established Over The Punjab. These Sources Offer Details That Are Not Otherwise Available, And Richly Supplement The Information Preserved In The Punjabi (Gurmukhi) Traditions.
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Akbar Meets Guru Arjan From Abul
A Visit to the Tomb of Guru Nanak
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