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Under Brahmanical Siege

Description The book written by a well-known Sikh scholar and preacher brings out the thesis that Sikh religion and its institutions are once again under siege from the fundamentalist Hindu and Brahmanical powers. Not only is Sikh scripture being misinterpreted but establish Sikh practices are also being tampered with. He exhorts the Sikhs to wage an ideological war against this challenge. Written after the destruction of Sri Akal Takhat during operation "Blue Star" and subsequent anti-Sikh riots, the author states that all this has been done under a calculated policy of the Hindu-dominated Indian state. The thesis is well-documented, based on concrete evidence and builds up a convincing argument. It is a wakeup call for the Sikhs to be aware of this danger and safeguard their religion and culture.[edit]
Keywords Gurmat, Criminal Intelligence Department, Brahmins, Karma Theory, Dharam Shastra, Buddhism, Jainism, Bhagvat Geeta, Sikh Revolt, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001129
Author Gurbaksh Singh
Year 1992
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Sri Guru Singh Sabha Lehar
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         88
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