BHAI KAHAN SINGH NABHA HUM HINDU NAHIN PDF

Other developed races have a social conscience, and every successive nahln rallies against the norms of its previous generation. Pressing its claim vehemently and vigorously to the distinction of the Sikh identity and religion, it concludes with a versified note by the author, describing the characteristics of the Khalsa. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. When there were a lot of misconceptions and questions raised upon the Different identity of Sikh Religion and it being a sect of Hindu Religion.

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He continued to serve Nabha State in several capacities, from Deputy Commissioner in , [2] to Foreign Minister in , [2] to the personal secretary of Maharaja Hira Singh , [1] to judge of the High Court in When Max Arthur Macauliffe was researching his six volume work entitled "The Sikh Religion", Macauliffe depended a great deal on his advice and guidance in the work he was then doing on Sikh scriptures and the history of early Sikhism; [1] such was his admiration for Kahn Singh that when it was published by the Clarendon Press Kahn Singh was assigned the copyright of the work.

His work, Mahan Kosh known as the Sikh encyclopedia , is his magnum opus. He published magazine Khalsa Gazette and is also regarded as one of the founders of the weekly newspaper, Khalsa Akhbar. Works from the period include: Raj Dharam - This was his first book written at a time when he was serving with Maharaja Hira Singh. This was published and distributed on government expense. Ham Hindu Nahin We are not Hindus - First published in , [3] [4] the book is a critique on the distinction of the Sikh religion and identity.

Bhai Kahn Singh stressed upon the distinct identity of the Sikhs. Initially published in Hindi, it was later translated into Punjabi. Gurmat Prabhakar [2] - Studded with beautiful examples from Sri Guru Granth Sahib, this book condemns the superstitions prevailing in the Indian society. Difficult words have been made simpler through special commentaries at different places in the book. The state spent Rs. At pages, the book was divided into four volumes and was priced at Rs.

It still serves as one of the most reliable reference material for research on Sikh faith and beliefs and also on the Punjabi culture. Gurmat Martand published posthumously in [2] - A two-volume work which incorporated the earlier published works Gurmat Prabhakar and Gurmat Sudhakar as well as an unpublished work, Gur Gira Kasauti, [2] from This work defines and codifies Sikh theological concepts and practice with the help of references called from authentic sources.

It is considered as a very important historical document and still remains unpublished. Anekarthak Kosh ed.

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