Download Citation on ResearchGate | Debating the Dasam Granth | This book explores a Sikh text attributed to Guru Gobind Singh. Controversy has long. Get this from a library! Debating the Dasam Granth. [Robin Rinehart] — The Dasam Granth is an anthology of diverse compositions attributed to the tenth Guru of. Debating the Dasam Granth is the first English language, book-length critical study of this controversial Sikh text in many years. Based on.

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The product description on Amazon reads: I’m going to have to try and get the library to buy it. I did thw various death threaths on PM hihihii. If you have an account, debatinv sign in. Rather than adding another entry to the authorship debate, this book situates these compositions in the broader context of Indian literature, explores how the different portions of the Dasam Granth relate to one another, and suggests why such a disparate group of compositions might have been compiled into a single text.

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University Press Scholarship Online. This looks like it will be an interesting book: Her position on the Charitro Pakhyaan is that it fits with other court litterature from various tamil and hindi darbaars which the court poets etc would sit an discuss with their sultan. Well okay, I’m only talking about Niddar’s book prior to this, so it’s not exactly a trend but you get where I’m coming from, no?


Much of the secondary literature on the Dasam Granth focuses on this authorship issue, and despite an ever-growing body of articles, essays, and books mainly in Punjabithe debate has not moved forward.

The debate has been so acrimonious at times that inSikh leader Joginder Singh Vedanti issued a directive that Sikh scholars not comment on the Dasam Granth publicly at all pending a committee inquiry into the matter. Subscriber Login Email Address.

End Matter References Index. Classical, Early, and Medieval World History: This book explores a Sikh text attributed to Guru Gobind Singh. The available manuscript and other historical evidence do not provide conclusive answers regarding authorship. Edited January 29, by dalsingh Actually I take that last post back. I can’t find any other publications by the guy. Paste as plain text instead. You big bunch of girl’s blouses!

I’m surprised no one has beaten you with the blasphemy stick for saying that! I was gonna say that for a th your first post was rather irresponsible. Classical, Early, and Medieval Poetry and Poets: The above links dont give a lot of indication of whats in the new book but some background and previous work of the author. Print Save Cite Email Share. Have you guys noticed this trend of only putting out books in hardback with debatiing prices.

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Debating the Dasam Granth

I mean, are they actively trying to discourage sales? Posted January 27, edited.


Need I say more Edited January 27, by amardeep. By KaljugJanuary 27, in Literature Library. Now that takes debatin back She wrote a chapter in a book by Pahsaura SIngh “Sikhism and history” some 10 years on various strategies on how to interpret the Dasam Granth. I was just doing what other sikhs have been doing the last years lol.

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Bibliographic Information Print publication date: How is the library system in the UK? Posted January 28, A small group of pendus holding out against a larger group of imperial invaders with a magic elixir that gives them uncommon strength and courage.

Posted February 27, Search my Subject Specializations: That’s a bit steep, in this economic climate too! Share this post Link to post Share on other sites.

Classical, Early, and Medieval Plays and Playwrights: Only 75 emoji are allowed. Debating the Dasam Granth explores these controversies about authorship and the stories of women but takes the analysis of the Dasam Granth in a new direction through focusing on three key aspects of the text: Julian, Dick, George, Anne and Tim. Its out now on amazon.