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History and Ideology:The Khalsa Over 300 Years
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About the Book:

History and Ideology: The khalsa Over 300 Years, edited by Professors J.S.Grewal & Indu Banga, commemorates the tercentenary of the Khalsa by focusing on the history of the Sikh Panth, setting it in the context of the general history of India . The essays included in this volume comprise a selection from presentations that have been made at annual sessions of the Indian History Congress since its foundation in 1935, and cover the major phases of Sikh history from the sixteenth to the twentieth century. They foreground the evolution of Sikhism as one of the great universalist religious of the world, delineating the rich strands that the cultural, social and political history of the Sikhs has contributed to tapestry of the composite nation that is India.

About the Author:

J.S.Grewal was formerly Professor of History and Vice Chancellor at Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, and Director, Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla. His publications include Guru Nanak in History (1969) and Sikhs of the Punjab (1990).

INDU BANGA is Professor of History at Panjab university, Chandigarah. Her publications include Historiography on the Sikh Power in the Punjab (1985).

CONTENTS
Prefacexv
Introduction
J.S. GREWELxix
1.The Main Phases of Early Sikh History
SITA RAM KOHALI1
2.The Major Sources of Early Sikh History
GANDA SINGH8
3.Ideas Operative in Early Sikh History
J.S. GREWAL19
4.The Sikh Panth in the Vars of Bhai Gurdas
J.S GREWAL26
5.Guru Gobind Singh and Bahadur Shah
J.S. GREWAL35
6.Sikh Uprising under Banda Bahadur
MUZAFFAR ALAM40
7.Rise of the Sikh Power as seen through the eyes of Ratan Singh Bhangu
GURTEJ SINGH48
8.Ahamad Shah Abadali and the Sikhs 1748-65
SITA RAM KOHALI55
9.Declaration of Sikh Sovereignty
HARI RAM GUPTA64
10.The Punjab under Sikh Rule: Formation of a Regional State
INDU BANGA68
11.Agrarian System of Ranjit Singh
INDU BANGA77
12.The Jagirdari System of Ranjit Singh
INDU BANGA82
13.J.D. Cunningham's Report on the Sikh Kingdom
G. KHURANA88
14.British Political Agencies and the Punjab 1803-49
PRAN NATH KHERA94
15.John Lawrence and the Sikh States
A.C. ARORA102
16.The Sikhs under Colonial Rule
INDU BANGA111
17.The Census and the Sikhs
JOGINDAR SINGH121
18.Sikh Aristocracy under Colonial Rule
J.S GREWAL and HARISH C. SHARMA129
19.Emergence of the Sikh Middle Class
JOGINDER SINGH135
20.Mazhabi Sikhs of the Upper Bari Doab 1881-1941
NISHA SHARMA145
21.Sikh Education, Khalsa College and the British
KASHMIR SINGH151
22.Foundation of the Central Sikh League
SUKHMANI BAL158
23.Akali-Congress Cooperation during the Akali Movement
MOHINDER SINGH169
24.Akalis and the Non-Cooperation Movement
K.L. TUTEJA174
25.The akali Movement and the Vernacular Press
KAMALJIT SINGH183
26.The Sikhs and the Prospect of Pakistan
INDU BANGA190
27.Towards the Punjabi-speaking State
S.S. BAL200
.Select Bibliography211
Contributors225

History and Ideology:The Khalsa Over 300 Years

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IDF870
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Edition:
1999
Publisher:
Tulika
ISBN:
8185229120
Language:
English
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Pages:
253
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History and Ideology: The khalsa Over 300 Years, edited by Professors J.S.Grewal & Indu Banga, commemorates the tercentenary of the Khalsa by focusing on the history of the Sikh Panth, setting it in the context of the general history of India . The essays included in this volume comprise a selection from presentations that have been made at annual sessions of the Indian History Congress since its foundation in 1935, and cover the major phases of Sikh history from the sixteenth to the twentieth century. They foreground the evolution of Sikhism as one of the great universalist religious of the world, delineating the rich strands that the cultural, social and political history of the Sikhs has contributed to tapestry of the composite nation that is India.

About the Author:

J.S.Grewal was formerly Professor of History and Vice Chancellor at Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, and Director, Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla. His publications include Guru Nanak in History (1969) and Sikhs of the Punjab (1990).

INDU BANGA is Professor of History at Panjab university, Chandigarah. Her publications include Historiography on the Sikh Power in the Punjab (1985).

CONTENTS
Prefacexv
Introduction
J.S. GREWELxix
1.The Main Phases of Early Sikh History
SITA RAM KOHALI1
2.The Major Sources of Early Sikh History
GANDA SINGH8
3.Ideas Operative in Early Sikh History
J.S. GREWAL19
4.The Sikh Panth in the Vars of Bhai Gurdas
J.S GREWAL26
5.Guru Gobind Singh and Bahadur Shah
J.S. GREWAL35
6.Sikh Uprising under Banda Bahadur
MUZAFFAR ALAM40
7.Rise of the Sikh Power as seen through the eyes of Ratan Singh Bhangu
GURTEJ SINGH48
8.Ahamad Shah Abadali and the Sikhs 1748-65
SITA RAM KOHALI55
9.Declaration of Sikh Sovereignty
HARI RAM GUPTA64
10.The Punjab under Sikh Rule: Formation of a Regional State
INDU BANGA68
11.Agrarian System of Ranjit Singh
INDU BANGA77
12.The Jagirdari System of Ranjit Singh
INDU BANGA82
13.J.D. Cunningham's Report on the Sikh Kingdom
G. KHURANA88
14.British Political Agencies and the Punjab 1803-49
PRAN NATH KHERA94
15.John Lawrence and the Sikh States
A.C. ARORA102
16.The Sikhs under Colonial Rule
INDU BANGA111
17.The Census and the Sikhs
JOGINDAR SINGH121
18.Sikh Aristocracy under Colonial Rule
J.S GREWAL and HARISH C. SHARMA129
19.Emergence of the Sikh Middle Class
JOGINDER SINGH135
20.Mazhabi Sikhs of the Upper Bari Doab 1881-1941
NISHA SHARMA145
21.Sikh Education, Khalsa College and the British
KASHMIR SINGH151
22.Foundation of the Central Sikh League
SUKHMANI BAL158
23.Akali-Congress Cooperation during the Akali Movement
MOHINDER SINGH169
24.Akalis and the Non-Cooperation Movement
K.L. TUTEJA174
25.The akali Movement and the Vernacular Press
KAMALJIT SINGH183
26.The Sikhs and the Prospect of Pakistan
INDU BANGA190
27.Towards the Punjabi-speaking State
S.S. BAL200
.Select Bibliography211
Contributors225

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