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Hardip Singh Syan is concerned to go beyond the current dominant historical narrative of the shift of Sikh society from peace to militancy, and does so by revealing the role of Sikh agency in this change. Throughout, one feels one was in the company of a well-developed historical imagination, tempered by a good mind and wide-ranging acquaintance with the secondary literature. This is an outstanding piece of work, which amounts to a major contribution not just to Sikh history but also to the history of seventeenth-century India.' Francis Robinson, Professor of the History of South Asia, Royal Holloway, University of London 'Through a very diligent and sensitive reading of Sikh and Mughal sources, his grounding in South Asian history and intelligent forays in intellectual history, anthropology and religion, Hardip Singh Syan produces an innovative argument which substantively reinterprets the Sikh and Mughal history of the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. There is a great need for the telling of this story. In providing the answers to many of the key questions, and suggesting modes of analysis that other scholars can follow, Hardip Syan's contribution is a great work of history.' Sunil Kumar, Professor in the History of Medieval India, University of Delhi 'This is the first detailed study of seventeenth-century Sikh history. Dr Syan has done a major service to the field by filling this gap. Furthermore, the nature of research that has gone into the making of Dr Syan's work is outstanding - his use of primary Sikh sources, many of which are being incorporated in scholarship in English for the first time, is superb. The book expands our understanding of the period as well as contributing toward a better grasp of the way to interpret it.' Gurinder Singh Mann, Professor of Sikh Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara

 

 

 

  

Hardip Singh Syan is concerned to go beyond the current dominant historical narrative of the shift of Sikh society from peace to militancy, and does so by revealing the role of Sikh agency in this change. Throughout, one feels one was in the company of a well-developed historical imagination, tempered by a good mind and wide-ranging acquaintance with the secondary literature. This is an outstanding piece of work, which amounts to a major contribution not just to Sikh history but also to the history of seventeenth-century India.' Francis Robinson, Professor of the History of South Asia, Royal Holloway, University of London 'Through a very diligent and sensitive reading of Sikh and Mughal sources, his grounding in South Asian history and intelligent forays in intellectual history, anthropology and religion, Hardip Singh Syan produces an innovative argument which substantively reinterprets the Sikh and Mughal history of the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. There is a great need for the telling of this story. In providing the answers to many of the key questions, and suggesting modes of analysis that other scholars can follow, Hardip Syan's contribution is a great work of history.' Sunil Kumar, Professor in the History of Medieval India, University of Delhi 'This is the first detailed study of seventeenth-century Sikh history. Dr Syan has done a major service to the field by filling this gap. Furthermore, the nature of research that has gone into the making of Dr Syan's work is outstanding - his use of primary Sikh sources, many of which are being incorporated in scholarship in English for the first time, is superb. The book expands our understanding of the period as well as contributing toward a better grasp of the way to interpret it.' Gurinder Singh Mann, Professor of Sikh Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara

 

  

Hardip Singh Syan is concerned to go beyond the current dominant historical narrative of the shift of Sikh society from peace to militancy, and does so by revealing the role of Sikh agency in this change. Throughout, one feels one was in the company of a well-developed historical imagination, tempered by a good mind and wide-ranging acquaintance with the secondary literature. This is an outstanding piece of work, which amounts to a major contribution not just to Sikh history but also to the history of seventeenth-century India.' Francis Robinson, Professor of the History of South Asia, Royal Holloway, University of London 'Through a very diligent and sensitive reading of Sikh and Mughal sources, his grounding in South Asian history and intelligent forays in intellectual history, anthropology and religion, Hardip Singh Syan produces an innovative argument which substantively reinterprets the Sikh and Mughal history of the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. There is a great need for the telling of this story. In providing the answers to many of the key questions, and suggesting modes of analysis that other scholars can follow, Hardip Syan's contribution is a great work of history.' Sunil Kumar, Professor in the History of Medieval India, University of Delhi 'This is the first detailed study of seventeenth-century Sikh history. Dr Syan has done a major service to the field by filling this gap. Furthermore, the nature of research that has gone into the making of Dr Syan's work is outstanding - his use of primary Sikh sources, many of which are being incorporated in scholarship in English for the first time, is superb. The book expands our understanding of the period as well as contributing toward a better grasp of the way to interpret it.' Gurinder Singh Mann, Professor of Sikh Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara

 

 

 

 

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