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A well compressed overview of the complexity of Sikh history which provides a context to understand the trajectory of the Sikh struggle in preserving their faith and a selflessness in protecting subjugated groups. The book probes what it means to be Sikh and brings important questions of Sikh resistance into the forefront with a wide spectrum of historical accounts that rupture hegemonic discourses. A timely read in current geopolitical climates and nation building projects of Hindutva.

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