Studies in Sikhism and Comparative Religion, Volume 18

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Guru Nanak Foundation, 1999 - Religion
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Editorial
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Swjit Singh Chawla
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Khalsa and Its Relevance 23
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Afghan against Banda against the Mughals Ahmad Shah Abdali Akal Akal Purakh AKAL USTAT Amritsar Anandpur asceticism Aurangzeb B.R. Chopra B.S. Nijjar Babur Bahadur Shah Baisakhi Banda Bahadur Banda Singh Bahadur Bhagat Singh Bhai Bhai Mani Singh Bhai Vir Singh Brahman Braj Bhasha Bundela century Chamkor Chandi Di Var Chandigarh Charles Hugel Dasam Granth death Delhi Dharma disciples Divine emperor empire empire builder faith Fakir Farrukhsiyar fight fought G.S. Deol Ganda Granth Gujjars Gurbani Gurmukhi Guru Amar Das Guru Arjan Dev Guru Gobind Singh Guru Granth Sahib Guru Hargobind Guru Nanak Dev Guru Nanak Foundation Guru Tegh Bahadur Guru's Hari Ram Gupta Hari Singh Nalwa Hazara himself Hindu historians History of Sikhs holy Hukamnama human Ibid ideals India Indian Islam Jassa Singh Ahluwalia John surman justice Kashmir Kaur Khafi Khan Khalsa Khushwant Singh kirpan Lahore Lahore fort legend Lodi Lohgarh Lord Mahalla Maharaja Ranjit Singh Malwa Master maya Mewati mint Mughal emperors Mughal empire Multan Muslims Nander nectarian Nijjar non-Muslims Numismatic oppression Panjab Patiala peace rose person Peshawar political punish Punjabi language Rachna Doab Rajputs Ranjit Singh reality religious ruler Sadhora Saharanpur Sahib Sambat sardars Sarhind Shah Shahnama Sham Singh Attariwala Shivalik Hills SIKH COINAGE sikh coins Sikh Confederacies Sikh Gurus Sikh movement Sikh religion sikh sovereignty Sikh tradition Sikhism social society soldier Sonepat sons soul spiritual struck struggle suffering Sufi sword Tegh terror Trilochan Singh Waheguru Walt Whitman Wazir Khan William Irvine Zamindars

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