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A History of the Sikhs (1469-1839) - Vol. 1: Volume 1 : 1469-1839 Paperback – 11 Oct 2004

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Product Description About the Author Khushwant Singh is Indias best known writer and columnist. He has been founder editor of Yojana and editor of the Illustrated Weekly of India the National Herald and the Hindustan Times. He is the author of classics such as Train to Pakistan I Shall Not Hear the Nightingale and Delhi. His latest novel The Sunset Club written when he was 95 was published by Penguin Books in 2010. His nonfiction includes the classic two volume A History of the Sikhs a number of translations and works on Sikh religion and culture Delhi nature current affairs and Urdu poetry. His autobiography Truth Love and a Little Malice was published by Penguin Books in 2002.; Paperback: 436 pages Publisher: Oxford; 2 edition (11 October 2004) Language: English ISBN-10: 0195673085 ISBN-13: 978-0195626438


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