[[ Reading ]] ➶ Sikh Religion: Its Gurus, Sacred Writings And Authors (6 Vols. In 3 Books) Author Max Arthur Macauliffe – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk

Sikh Religion: Its Gurus, Sacred Writings And Authors (6 Vols. In 3 Books) This Is One Of The First And Still One Of The Few Comprehensive Books About The Sikh Religion In The English Language MacAuliffe Had Extensive Access To Manuscripts Of The Sikh Sacred Writings The Granth , As Well As Support From Sikh Scholars And Leaders Of The Time This Volume Covers Guru Nanak, The Founder Of Sikhism This Is Volume One Of Six Future Volumes Are ForthcomingQuote From Sacred Texts About The AuthorMax Arthur MacAuliffe Michael MacAuliffe, Also Known As Max Arthur Macauliffe September March , Was A Senior British Administrator, Prolific Scholar And Author Macauliffe Is Renowned For His Translation Into English Of Sikh Scripture And HistoryMacAuliffe Was Born At Newcastle West, County Limerick, On September He Was Educated At Newcastle School, Limerick, And Springfield College He Attended Queen S College Galway Between And , Being Awarded Junior Scholarships In The Literary Division Of The Arts Faculty For And He Was Awarded A BA Degree With First Class Honours In Modern Languages In He Obtained A Senior Scholarship In Ancient Classics For , And A Senior Scholarship In Modern Languages And History For He Also Served As Secretary Of The College S Literary And Debating Society For The SessionMacAuliffe Entered The Indian Civil Service In , And Arrived In The Punjab In February He Was Appointed Deputy Commissioner Of The Punjab In , And A Divisional Judge In He Retired From The Indian Civil Service In MacAuliffe Wrote The Definitive English Translation Of The Sacred Book Of The Sikh Religion, The Guru Granth Sahib He Also Wrote The Sikh Religion Its Gurus, Sacred

10 thoughts on “Sikh Religion: Its Gurus, Sacred Writings And Authors (6 Vols. In 3 Books)

  1. says:

    it was OK, unfortunately in several places the same verses were repeated Not sure when this book was written, but the english seemed very dated as did the descriptions of alternate religions It did have some interesting information in it, but it was pretty well hidden

  2. says:

    Very interesting,

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