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Author: Choor Singh Sidhu
Publisher: B Chattar Singh Jiwan Singh
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8176016934
A Sikh gentleman is at once noticeable in his elegant turban and commanding presence. Sikh Gurdwaras (places of worship) are well-known for their open langars (community meals ) where multi-millionaires sit next to the veritable poor and partake of the food as equals.
Today, Sikhs are found in almost every part of the world and have acquired an outstanding reputation of being net contributors to the communities in which they live. They are a courageous, hardworking, god fearing and peace loving people. A Sikh will not hesitate to lay down his life for the weak and the down trodden. He will speak up against an injustice. Yet the Sikh remains an enigma to many.
Who is he? What are his core beliefs? Why does he wear a turban? Why do the turbans wary in style and colour? Why is that some of them do not war a turban? To these and other related questions, the author, an eminent yet humble Sikh himself, quenches the reader’s thirst and takes us on a journey that is both exciting and informative.
Who is a Sikh is at once a lucid and readable account of a progressive and visible community.
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