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by Parmjit Singh,Nidar Singh Nihang

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Parmjit Singh,Nidar Singh Nihang
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978-0956016805
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0956016804
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Kashi House; 1 edition (January 19, 2019)
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In the Master's Presence: The Sikhs of Hazoor Sahib (Vol. 1: History) by. Nidar Singh Nihang, Parmjit Singh. Note: these are all the books on Goodreads for this author.

In the Master's Presence book. Some of the most far-reaching events in Sikh history have centred on Hazoor Sahib ('Master's Presence'), the final resting place of the tenth Sikh Guru - who had spent much of his life battling against the oppressive policies of the Mughal Empire - in the Deccan region of Central India.

by Parmjit Singh and Nidar Singh Nihang.

In The Master's Presence: The Sikhs of Hazoor Sahib, the new book by Nidar and Parmjit Singh, firmly gives it the place that it. .Hazoor Sahib's own rich story has, until now, been somewhat lost in the vast history of India.

In The Master's Presence: The Sikhs of Hazoor Sahib, the new book by Nidar and Parmjit Singh, firmly gives it the place that it deserves. In The Master's Presence: The Sikhs of Hazoor Sahib, the new book by Nidar Singh Nihang and Parmjit Singh, firmly gives it the place that it deserves. Hazoor Sahib, which literally means Master's Presence, is the shrine built over the ashes of Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth and last living Guru of the Sikhs, who walked fully armed onto his own funeral pyre of sandalwood to be consumed in the light and flames as he sat in a trance-like state.

Nidar Singh Nihang, Parmjit Singh.

The book starts with Guru Gobind Singh Ji's journey to the Deccan along with Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah, while trying to.The book gives details of how the Gurdwara Sahib at Nanded was established in spite of Guru Sahib's instructions to not raise any structures at the site

The book starts with Guru Gobind Singh Ji's journey to the Deccan along with Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah, while trying to negotiate future course of action against his adversaries and perpetrators, who caused him contention in Punjab. When negotiations went astray, he initiated Banda Singh Bahadur and entrusted him the task of seeking justice and establishment of the first Sikh empire in Punjab. The book gives details of how the Gurdwara Sahib at Nanded was established in spite of Guru Sahib's instructions to not raise any structures at the site. It is interesting to read how Sikhs were able to stay and establish themselves by working for the Nizam of Hyderabad.

2 ответов 0 ретвитов 17 отметок Нравится. Sources: In the Master's Presence: The Sikhs of Hazoor Sahib, Nidar Singh Nihang & Parmjit Singh, Kashi House, page 304. Glimpses of Fatehgarh Sahib (the Light House for the Forlorn), Sirhind Improvement Committee of Gurudwara Fatehgarh Sahib and Jotisarup Sahib, pages 53-54. 12:36 - 24 дек. 2019 г. 18 отметок Нравится.

Nidar has authored the book ‘In the Master's Presence - The Sikhs of Hazoor Sahib’ and also teaches Shastar Vidya throughout the UK and has set up centres in Italy and India.

Akali Nidar Singh Nihang. Nidar has authored the book ‘In the Master's Presence - The Sikhs of Hazoor Sahib’ and also teaches Shastar Vidya throughout the UK and has set up centres in Italy and India. The art form includes learning the use of weapons such as swords and chakrams. Prior to becoming a full-time martial arts instructor he worked as a factory worker to support his wife and 4 children.

Find nearly any book by Parmjit Singh. by Parmjit Singh, Nidar Singh Nihang. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780956016805 (978-560168-0-5) Hardcover, Kashi House, 2019. Find signed collectible books: 'In the Master's Presence: The Sikhs of Hazoor Sahib (Vol. 1: History)'.

Some of the most far-reaching events in Sikh history have centred on Hazoor Sahib (‘Master’s Presence’), the final resting place of the tenth Sikh Guru – who had spent much of his life battling against the oppressive policies of the Mughal Empire – in the Deccan region of Central India.Separated from the traditional Sikh heartlands of Punjab by hundreds of miles, the proud Sikhs of Hazoor Sahib steadfastly maintained ancient practices and manners that were largely lost to their northern compatriots, who had lost their fiercely independent nature after having come under British rule in the mid-19th century.Their fascinating story is told for the first time, based on rare written sources, archival images and a unique oral tradition, in this first of two volumes.
  • Excellent read interspersed with pictures .

  • This book is an absolute treasure trove of rare, all-but-lost, Sikh heritage, tradition, and history.

    An absolute "must have" for those interested in exploring and understanding Sikh roots, history, culture, religion... a vivid glimpse back in time. It is really unlike any other book on Sikh history I have ever come across. It is extremely interesting. Contains a wealth of rare or unseen photos and paintings as well. The book itself is beautifully made, large like a coffee table book, and thick!

    I can hardly say enough. I want to thank the authors for their work and dedication in compiling this rich volume. They deserve our support and encouragement.

  • Waste of money.. Want to learn about sikhs read it's holy scripture Guru Granth Sahib.. Nidar Singh is not even a real Nihang..

  • Finished reading 'In The Master's Presence - The Sikhs of Hazoor Sahib' vol 1 by Nidar Singh Nihang and Parmjit Singh today. Even thought I have read many books on Sikh history, this one definitely sets apart as it covers the history of Hazoor Sahib and the Sikhs of Deccan: their socio-political life, development of cultural and distinct tradition.

    The book starts with Guru Gobind Singh Ji's journey to the Deccan along with Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah, while trying to negotiate future course of action against his adversaries and perpetrators, who caused him contention in Punjab. When negotiations went astray, he initiated Banda Singh Bahadur and entrusted him the task of seeking justice and establishment of the first Sikh empire in Punjab. There is an account of how Guru Sahib left for his heavenly abode.

    The book gives details of how the Gurdwara Sahib at Nanded was established in spite of Guru Sahib's instructions to not raise any structures at the site. It is interesting to read how Sikhs were able to stay and establish themselves by working for the Nizam of Hyderabad. They served in the Nizam's army and had a special Sikh Battalion: Jama'iat-I-Sikhan, they were recruited as Police officers and 'Jawan Sikh force' was established in which children of Sikh police officers were trained at a young age to become police officers. They helped in maintenance of law and order in the state.

    Patronage was given to the Sikhs by the State, especially by one of the most powerful ministers of Nizam: Chandu Lal and how he maintained a symbiotic relationship with the Sikhs. It was interesting to read how Sikhs managed to live and survive in a hostile location, far away from Punjab and how they developed their own culture and tradition, which later was scorned by some co-religionists in Punjab.

    There are details of various sects such as Udasis, Nirmalas along with Akali Nihangs: their interdependence/hostility to one another and in the end how they formed a unique identity and rituals. The book has beautiful pictures, art work and the quality of publication is excellent. The authors have maintained an interesting narrative/flow and keeps one interested in reading more. I would recommend people interested in learning about Sikh history to read this book. I am eagerly waiting for Vol 2 of this book to be released in the near future.