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  Gur Panth Parkash
Gur Panth Parkash
by Rattan Singh Bhangoo
Translated by
Prof Kulwant Singh

 

 

The Sikh Revolution
A Perspective View

By

Jagjit Singh

1998

Contents

S. No Chapter Name  
  Preface
1 Introductory
2 The caste and the class
3 The Directive Force
4 The Caste Ideology, Its Ideologues and the Institution
5 The Fate of Liberal Trends
6 The Caste Society, Islam and the Mohammadan Rule
7 The Radical Bhakti Ideology - Its Social Significance
8 The Impact of Medieval Bhakti Mvement
9 The Sikh Idelogy
10 The Sikh Panth
11 Egaliarian Society
12 Armed Struggle - Its Egalitarian Basis
13 Armed Struggle - Its Development
14 The Khalsa
15 The Spirit
16 Achievements
17 The Rajputs, the Marathas and the Khalsa
18 A Plebian Revolution
19 Characterization
  Appendix A : Misinterpretations
  Appendix B : Sikh Tradition as a Source of Historical Testimony
  Appendix C : Some Aspecs of the Ideology of the Radical Bhakti
  Appendix D : Some Aspects of the Sikh Ideology

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