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1 Gurinder Singh Mann
The Goindval Pothis: The Earliest Extant Source of the Sikh Canon (Harvard Oriental Series, No. 51)
Harvard University Press; Cambridge, Massachussets, USA; 1996; 0674356187 / 9780674356184; First Edition; Hard Cover; New; 
This volume explores the earliest available version of the Sikh canon. The book contains the first critical description and partial edition of the Goindval Pothis, a set of proto-scriptural manuscripts prepared in the 1570s. The manuscripts also contain a number of hymns by non-Sikh saints, some of them not found elsewhere. Through a meticulous analysis of the contents of these rare manuscripts, G. M. Singh establishes their place and importance in the history of Sikh canon formation. The book will be of great interest to scholars of comparative canon studies and of medieval Indian literature. Printed Pages: 233 with 18 half-tones and 2 tables. 003178

Price: 29.50 USD
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2 Kamalroop Singh & Gurinder Singh Mann
The Granth of Guru Gobind Singh: Essays, Lectures, and Translations
Oxford University Press; New Delhi, India; 2015; 0199458979 / 9780199458974; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
In the Granth of Guru Gobind Singh, the authors offer new insights into the Sikh scripture Dasam Patshah Ka Gra?th , or the Dasam Gra?th, which has traditionally been attributed to Guru Gobind Singh. While many studies have adopted a polemic approach and focused on the authorship of the text, this book takes a multi-disciplinary approach and considers the relationship of the scripture with the newly discovered manuscripts, apocryphal translations, and relics. The manuscript tradition of the Gra?th shows how it was written and compiled during Guru Gobind Singh's time and how its compositions were transmitted through material items such as swords. The authors have included in this volume translations of selected compositions from the scripture. This book, in essence, takes the reader through relevant history of the Sikh dharam and establishes the centrality of the Dasam Gra?th within it.Printed Pages: 298. 104498

Price: 25.00 USD
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