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Comprehensive Bibliography on

Guru Gobind Singh


(Books in English, Punjabi, Hindi & Urdu)






Bhai Gurdas Central Library
Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.
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Contents


1 Preface
2 List of Subject Headings
3 Format of the Entries
4 Brief life-sketch of Guru Gobind Singh
5 Bibliography
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Preface
Guru Gobind Singh was the last and the Tenth Guru of the Sikhs. The Sikhs believe that
after his death 'Guru Granth Sahib' was given the status of the Guru by Guru Gobind Singh
himself. The Sikhs firmly believe in the teachings enshrined in Shri Guru Granth Sahib and did
not tolerate any dissent group.
Contribution of Guru Gobind Singh to Sikh Panth is an unparalleled in the history of
human kind. He sacrificed his four sons, father and mother for the sake of Sikh religion. He
fought a number of battles against the Mughals and several rulers of the hill States. In 1699
A.D. he founded the Khalsa Panth. After this all the Nanakpanthis became baptised Sikhs
adhering to Five K's.
In addition to several manuscripts relating to Guru Gobind Singh, a large number of
books in English, Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu have been written. An attempt has been made to
cover all the books however, entries of some books may not be in the list for want of
availability. Articles appeared in the newspapers have not been covered for lack of references
and footnotes. This bibliography covers books in English, Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu; selected
articles in English & Punjabi; Ph.D. theses and manuscripts available in Bhai Gurdas Central
Library, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. In preparing this bibliography the major role has
been played by Mrs. Kulvir Kaur Assistant Librarian in Bhai Gurdas Central Library. I am thankful
to all those library professionals who have made some contribution in this project.
This bibliography will prove very useful to students/researchers/scholars as well as
common readers of Sikh history. This bibliography will be put on the Website of University
Library which will make it accessible throughout the World.
I am highly obliged to our worthy Vice-Chancellor Prof. (Dr.) Ajaib Singh Brar for his
continuous encouragement to such efforts for the academic community.



(Dr. H. S. Chopra)
PhD. (His.) PhD. (Lib. & Inf. Sc.)
University Librarian
chopra_gndu@yahoo.com,
gndu_librarian@yahoo.com
Bhai Gurdas Central Library
Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar


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List of Subject Headings
For the convenience of the Readers/Scholars the bibliography has been divided into
following subject headings:
1. General Works
2. Biographies
3. Works on Philosophy
4. Teachings
5. Dasam Granth Sahib
6. Jaap Sahib
7. Chandi Di Vaar
8. Bachitar Natak
9. Akaal Ustat
10. Zafarnama and Fatehnama
11. Travels
12. Battles
13. Khalsa Panth
14. Gurdwaras
15. Selected Articles
16. Books in Punjabi
17. Selected Articles in Punjabi
18. Books in Hindi
19. Books in Urdu
20. Theses and Dissertations
21. Manuscripts

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Format of the Entries
An attempt has been made to cover almost all the books in English, Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu
and Manuscripts relating to Guru Gobind Singh even then some books might have not been
covered. As this bibliography will be regularly up-dated bi-annually, therefore, we assume its
completeness in all respects.
We have included different editions of the books if the publishers are different and date
of publishing is different.
* It denotes the book is not available in Guru Nanak Dev University.
s.l. No place (of Publication)
s.n. No name (of Publisher)
n.d. No date (of Publication)
ed. Editor
tr. Translator
comp. Compiler
pt., pts. Part, Parts
rev. Revised
vol. Volume
This bibliography will be in PDF format which can be downloaded from the university
website i.e. www.gndu.ac.in
The format of the entry will be as following:
Entry of the Book.
Author/Editor/Translator/Compiler
Title; sub-title (each subsequent statement of responsibility). Edition statement. Place of
Publication, Name of Publisher, Year of Publication. Pt./vol.2.
Entry of the Article
Author(s)Title of the article. Name of the Journal. Volume No. (Issue No.). Pages.
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Brief life-sketch of Sri Guru Gobind Singh
Guru Gobind Singh (earlier name Gobind Rai) was born to Guru Tegh Bahadur, the Ninth
Sikh Guru and Mata Gujri on Poh Sudi 7, 1723 Bikrami corresponding to the month of
December, 1666 at Patna, a big town of historic fame in the province of Bihar, now a State
Capital of Bihar there stands a sacred shrine, Takht Sri Harimandar Sahib, one of the five most
honoured seats of religious authority for the Sikhs. He was born while his father was on a tour
of the neighbouring state of Assam, spreading Gods word. Returning to Patna in 1670 A.D., he
directed his family to return to Punjab. Guru Gobind Singh lived at Patna until he was five then
he was sent to Anandpur Sahib (Punjab).
Gobind Rai was escorted to Anandpur (then known as Chakk Nanaki) on the foothills of
the Shivalik hills where he reached in March 1672. His early education included reading and
writing of Punjabi, Braj, Sanskrit and Persian. At Anandpur, he started studying Punjabi under
Sahib Chand and Persian under Qazi Pir Mohammad. Having received training in the use of
sword and spear, bow and arrow, musket and matchlock, the child-Guru hunted in the Jungles
around Anandpur. A small force of Sikhs recruited by his uncle Kirpal Chand took charge of the
protection of the young Guru. Guru Gobind Singh was barely nine years of age when a sudden
turn came in his life as well as in the history of community he was destined to lead. His father
fought for the religious freedom of the harassed Kashmiri Pandits who were being forcibly
converted to Islam by the Mughal ruler Aurangzeb. He was beheaded on November 11, 1675 at
Chandni Chowk, Delhi. After the martyrdom of the Ninth Guru, his son Gobind Rai accepted the
leadership of the Sikh community. Guru Gobind Singh was formally installed as Guru on the
Baisakhi day of 1733 Bikrami/March 29, 1676. He took charge of the Sikh masses, and like his
grandfather, the Sixth Guru, Guru Har Gobind, he took to arms. Thus Guru Gobind Singh was a
challenge to Aurangzeb, who ruled from Kanya Kumari in the South to Kabul in the North of
India. Guru Gobind Singh became the Tenth Guru of the Sikhs at the age of nine years. Guru
Gobind Singh had four sons namely Ajit Singh, Jujhar Singh, Zorawar Singh and Fateh Singh.
Guru Gobind Singh had a natural genius for poetic composition and his early years were
assiduously given to this pursuit. The Var Sri Bhagauti Ji Ki, popularly called Chandi Di Var,
written in 1684, was his first composition and his only major work in the Punjabi language.
Much of Guru Gobind Singhs literary work was done at Paonta, which he founded on the bank
of the river Yamuna and to which site he had temporarily shifted in April 1685. He also gave
special attention to the composition of literature. He wrote a number of poems in praise of God
- Jaap Sahib, Akaal Ustat, Gian Probodh, Shabad Hazare, 33 Swayyas, Zafarnama etc. His
writings in complete form was given the name of Dasam Granth.
During his stay at Paonta, Guru Gobind Singh availed himself of his spare time to
practice different forms of many exercises, such as riding, swimming and archery. For the first
20 years or so of his life, Guru Gobind Singh lived peacefully at Anandpur practicing arms and
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exercises to complete his training as a soldier. In a period of about 20 years, in between 1686
AD to 1706 AD, the Guru had to face and fight about 16 fights. In the wars of Guru Gobind
Singh, where there was not even the thought of a Red-Cross Society, it was Bhai Kanniaha who
started serving the injured soldiers alike.
In March 1699, Guru Gobind Singh laid the foundation of the Khalsa at Anandpur Sahib.
He offered Amrit to the Panj Piaras (five beloved ones). All of them surnamed Singh meaning
lion, were required to wear in future the five symbols of the Khalsa, all beginning with the letter
K - the Kesh or long hair and beard, Kangha - a comb, Kara- an iron bracelet, Kachch short
breeches and Kirpan a sword. Guru Gobind Singh then received initiatory rites from five
disciples, now invested with authority as Khalsa and had his name changed to Gobind Rai to
Gobind Singh. In fact, thousands of people took the Amrit that day prepared by stirring a dagger
in a steel vessel containing water. In one movement he finished the distinction of caste and
creed. He gave a new identity to his followers, and took them to live a morally high life. It was a
great miracle. A new organization was born with the holy duty of protecting the poor and the
oppressed. These were fearless soldiers in the cause of righteousness. They joined the fold of
the Khalsa.
The birth of the new order became an eyesore for the Mughal King. In 1705, the two
elder sons of Guru Gobind Singh died fighting in a fierce battle at Anandpur Sahib. Two younger
ones, hardly seven and five years old, were bricked alive by the Governor of Sarhind. Their
grandmother held as a prisoner by the Governor, could not stand this tragedy. She died of grief.
Thus the Tenth Guru sacrificed his whole family for the cause of truth, justice and equality. He
himself left this world on Kattak Sudi 5, 1765 Bikrami/October 7, 1708 in Maharashtra. Before
he died, he declared that there would be no living Guru after him, and that all spiritual guidance
would be obtained from the Holy Book, Guru Granth Sahib.






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General Works


* Ahluwalia, Rajinder Singh
Dashmesh Pitta Guru Gobind Singh. Chandigarh, s.n. 1966.


Ardaman Singh
A peep into Sikhism; the failure of the Guru? Victories of Guru Gobind Singh,
unity of tolerence and culture. Patiala, Guru Nanak Dev Mission. 1978.


* Attar Singh
Sakhi namah; sakhee book or the description of Guru Gobind Singh's religion and
doctrine. Banaras, Medical Hall Press. 1873.


Bachan, Bachan Singh
Guru Gobind Singh. Bombay, Veeklay weekly. 1971.


* Bakshi, S.R.
Saints of India. New Delhi, Clarion Press. 2002. vol. 9.


* Batra, Ravi
Leadership in the finest mould. Amritsar, Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak
Committee. 1979.


* Bedi, G.S.
Guru Gobind Singh; a hero whose worship will bring peace and contentment.
Lahore, Sikh Tract Society. 1934.


Bedi, Gurbachan Singh
Guru Gobind Singh. Lahore, The Sikh Tract Society. 1934.


* Bhagat Singh
Guru Gobind Singh and Muslims. Lahore, Sanjiwal Trust Society. n.d.


* Bir Singh, tr.
Baramasa Guru Gobind Singh. Lahore, Montgomery Press. 1874.

* Bir Singh
Guru Gobind Singh. Lahore, Montgomery Press. 1874.
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* Chatterjee, D.N.
Guru Gobind Singh. Chandernagore, s.n. 1960.


Chatterji, Suniti Kumar
Guru Gobind Singh, 1666-1709; third birth centenary of Guru Gobind Singh.
Chandigarh, Panjab University. 1967.


* Dakshit, A.C.
Guru Gobind Singh. Lahore Tract Society. 1919.


* Daljeet
Guru Gobind Singh, by Daljeet and P.C. Jain. New Delhi, Aravali Books
International. 1999.


* Datta, Piara Singh
The saint soldier; Guru Gobind Singh. Delhi, National Book Shop. 2004.


* Deane, S.F.
Saint warrior Guru Gobind Singh. Ambala Cantt, Dass Brothers. n.d.


Dharmanant Singh
Glimpses of the mission of Shri Guru Gobind Singh. Amritsar, The Author.
1963.


Dilgeer, Harjinder Singh
Who are the Sikhs? 3rd ed. Belgium, The Sikh University Press. 2010.


* Doabia, Harbans Singh
Divine hymns of Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji. New Delhi, World Sikh University
Press. 1979. vol.1-4.


Fauja Singh, ed.
Guru Gobind Singh Marg; the great pilgrimage by Fauja Singh and Kapur Singh
Ghuman. Punjab, Languages Department. n.d.


Gajrani, Shiv
Guru Gobind Singh; personality and vision. Patiala, Vision & Venture. 2000.

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* Ganda Singh
A select bibliography of the Sikhs and Sikhism. Amritsar, Shiromani Gurdwara
Parbandhak Committee. 1965.


* Ganda Singh
Contemporary sources of Sikh history. Amritsar, The Author. 1938.


Gopal Singh
Guru Gobind Singh. New Delhi, National Book Trust. 1968.


Gopal Singh
Thus spake the Tenth master. Patiala, Punjabi University. 1978.


Grewal, J.S.
From Guru Nanak to Maharaja Ranjit Singh; essays in Sikh history. Amritsar,
Guru Nanak Dev University. 1972.


Harbans Singh
Guru Gobind Singh. Chandigarh, Guru Gobind Singh Foundation. 1966.


Harbans Singh
Guru Gobind Singh. New Delhi, Sterling. 1979.


* Harnam Singh
Ten Sawayyas of Guru Gobind Singh. Amritsar, Sikh Tract Society. n.d.


* Jodh Singh, tr.
Thirty three Swaiyas translated into English. Ludhiana, Lahore Book Shop.
1953.


* Johar, Surinder Singh
Guru Gobind Singh; a multi faceted personality. New Delhi, M.D. Publications.
1999.

Johar, Surinder Singh
Guru Gobind Singh; a study. New Delhi, Marwah. 1979.



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* Johar, Surinder Singh
Guru Gobind Singh; an undying Spirit. Delhi, Arsee Publishers. 1999.


* Kapoor, Sukhbir Singh
Guru Gobind Singh. Edgware, Sikh Cultural Society of Great Britain. 1996.


Kapoor, Sukhbir Singh
Saint soldier; Guru Gobind Singh's concept of an ideal man. New Delhi, Hemkunt
Press. 1999.


Kapur Singh
Guru Gobind Singh in an age of crisis. Simla, The Alinda Mandal Someset House.
1952.


* Kartar Singh
Guru Gobind Singh. Lahore, Tutorial Press. 1993.


* Khushwant Singh
Guru Gobind Singh's concept of dharam yudha. Chandigarh, Guru Gobind Singh
Foundation. 1967.


Khushwant Singh
Homage to Guru Gobind Singh by Khushwant Singh and Suneet Vir Singh.
Bombay, Jaico Publishing. 1966.


Khushwant Singh
The Illustrated history of the Sikhs (Reprint). New Delhi, Oxford University Press.
2011.


Kirpal Singh
Badshah Darvesh Guru Gobind Singh. New Delhi, Rajinder Pal Singh. 1999.


* Lakshman Singh (Bhagat)
Guru Gobind Singh. Lahore, s.n. 1909.


* Lakshman Singh
Guru Gobind Singh as seen by a devotee. Rawalpindi, The Author. 1919.

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Lakshman Singh
Tribute to the memory of Guru Gobind Singh. Amritsar, The Sikh Tract Society.
1925.


Lallie, Harjinder Singh
The Gursikh legacy. Birmingham, DTF Publishers & Distributors. 1997.


* Macauliffe, Max Arthur
Guru Gobind Sahib, edited by S.P. Gulati. s.l., s.n. 1999.


Madanjit Kaur
Guru Gobind Singh; historical and ideological perspective. Chandigarh, Unistar.
2007.


Mansukhani, Gobind Singh
Guru Gobind Singh; cosmic hero, by Gobind Singh Mansukhani and Dharamjit
Singh. New Delhi, s.n. 1967.


Mohan Singh
Guru Gobind Singh as a poet; an appreciation with illustrative extracts. 2nd ed.
Lahore, University Sikh Association. 1932.


Nahar Singh
Two swords of Guru Gobind Singh in England (1666-1708 A.D.), by Nahar Singh
and Kirpal Singh. Delhi, Atlantic Publishers. 1989.


Narain Singh
Guru Gobind Singh re-told. Amritsar, The Author. 1966.


* Narayan, Visanji
Guru Gobind Singh. Bombay, The Author. 1928.


Nath Mal (Dhadi)
Amarnama; a perspective last phase of Guru Gobind's life, translated by Kavita R.
Patiala, Gurmat Prakashan. 2008.


Neki. J.S.
Guru Gobind Singh. New Delhi, Himalayan Books. 2009.
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Nihal Singh
Guru Gobind Singh. Lahore, Gurmat Tract Society. 1933.


Nikky-Guninder Kaur Singh
Sikhism; an introduction. London, I.B. Tauris. 2011.


* Oberoi, Mohan Singh
Guru Gobind Singh as a poet. Lahore, University Sikh Association. 1932.


Parkash Singh
Guru Gobind Singh; a great national hero. Amritsar, Sikh History Research
Department. n.d.


Parkash Singh
The Sikh Gurus and the temple of bread. Amritsar, Shiromani Gurdwara
Parbandhak Committee. 1965.


Payne, C.H.
A short history of the Sikhs. Patiala, Languages Department, Punjab. 1970.


* Peace, M.L., tr.
Shri Guru Gobind Singh's Shabad Hazare, the ten Sawaiyas and 33 Sawaiyas.
Amritsar, Chief Khalsa Diwan. 1967.


Peace, M.L.
Short scripts on Guru Gobind Singh. Jullundur, The Author. n.d.


Puran Singh
Guru Gobind Singh; reflections and offerings. Chandigarh, Guru Gobind Singh
Foundation. 1966.


* Puran Singh
The Tenth master. Patiala, Punjabi University. 1981.


* Rakshit, A.C.
Guru Gobind Singh. Lahore, Sikh Tract Society. 1919.


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Rakshit, A.C.
Guru Gobind Singh; an appreciation. Lahore, Sikh Tract Society. 1920.


* Ramdev, Jagindar Singh
Guru Gobind Singh; a descriptive bibliography. Chandigarh, Panjab University.
1967.


* Sachkhandi, Parkash
The glazing light of divine religion; Guru Gobind Singh. Sargodha, Punjab Kav
Phulwari. n.d.


Safeer, Pritam Singh
The Tenth master. New Delhi, Guru Nanak Foundation. 1983.


Sethi, R.R.
Guru Gobind Singh; birth tercentenary celebrations. Chandigarh, Panjab
University. 1968.


* Sewak, S.N.
Guru Gobind Singh; the apostle of universal brotherhood. Delhi, National Book
Shop. 1999.


Shan, Joginder Singh (Kashmiri)
Guru Gobind Singh; light of the universe. Delhi, Wellwish Publishers. 2000.


Shan, Joginder Singh (Kashmiri)
Guru Gobind Singh; light of the universe (Reprint). Chandigarh, Unistar Books.
2008.


* Sikka, Ajit Singh
Forty ballads about Guru Gobind Singh. Ludhiana, Sikka Publishing. 1995.


* Sucha Singh
Guru Gobind Singh. Amritsar, Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee.
n.d.

Suri, V.S.
Pir Budhu Shah; the saint of Sadhaura. Chandigarh, Guru Gobind Singh
Foundation. 1967.
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* Swami, Rama
Celestial song, Gobind Geet; the dynamic dialogue between Guru Gobind Singh
and Banda Singh Bahadur. Honesdale, Himalayan Inst. of Yoga Science and
Philosophy of the USA. 1987.


Teja Singh
Guru Gobind Singh as nation-builder. Simla, The Sikh Sammelan. 1949.


* Teja Singh
Guru Nanak to Guru Gobind Singh. Lahore, University Sikh Association. 1941.



The Tenth master; tributes on tercentenary. Chandigarh, Guru Gobind Singh
Foundation. 1967.


Trilochan Singh, tr.
Guru Gobind Singh's the Jap. Delhi, Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee. n.d.


* Tulsi, Baljit, tr.
Ramayana of Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Chandigarh, Guru Gobind Singh Foundation.
1967.


Uppal, S.S., ed.
Guru Gobind Singh; the saviour. New Delhi, Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa
College. 1969.


* Verma, Davinder Kumar
Guru Gobind Singh on the canvas of the history. New Delhi, s.n. 1995.


Walia, Varinder Singh
Amritsar; a city with glorious legacy. Amritsar, Singh Brothers. 2012.



Biographies


Agnihotri, H.L. (Harbans Lal)
Guru Gobind Singh; his life and Bani, by H.L. Agnihotri and Chand R. Agnihotri.
Hisar, Gopal Prakashan. 1996.
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Agnihotri, Harbans Lal
The Sikh Gurus. Amritsar, Nanak Singh Pustak Mala. 2008.


Ahluwalia, Jasbir Singh
Philosophical contribution of Guru Gobind Singh. Patiala, Punjabi University.
1999.


Amar Singh
Guru Gobind Singh; life of Guru Gobind Singh, translated by Ajit Singh. New
Delhi, The Sher-i-Punjab Newspaper. n.d.


* Aulakh, Ajit Singh
Illustrated stories from the life of Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Amritsar, Bhai Chattar
Singh Jiwan Singh. 1998.


* Balbir Singh
Message of Guru Gobind Singh. Chandigarh, Guru Gobind Singh Foundation.
1983.


Balbir Singh
Message of Guru Gobind Singh and other essays. Patiala, Punjabi University.
1977.


Bhasin, Rajinder Singh
Guru Gobind Singh; the prophet, poet and philosopher; a biography. Delhi,
Shilalekh. 1999.


* Chatterjee, Yatindra Mohan, tr.
Geeta Govindam or Gita of Guru Govind Singh. Calcutta, Sudhir Kumar
Mukherjee. n.d.


Dalip Singh
Life of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji; includes clarifications on authenticity of
Zafarnama, Fatehnama, role of Banda Bairagi, Amarnama and the facts connected
with the Guru's final departure from earth. Amritsar, Bhai Chattar Singh Jiwan
Singh. 2002.




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Dharam Singh
Dynamics of social thought of Guru Gobind Singh. Patiala, Punjabi University.
1998.


Doabia, Harbans Singh
Life stories of the Sikh saints. 3rd ed. Amritsar, Singh Brothers. 2004.


Doabia, Harbans Singh
Life story of Siri Satguru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj and some of his hymns;
transliterated in Roman script and translated in simple English. Chandigarh, New
Chandigarh Printing Press. n.d.


Doabia, Harbans Singh
The Supreme truth containing the abridged life story of Siri Satguru Gobind Singh
Ji Maharaj and some important principles of Sikh religion. Chandigarh, Harbans
Singh Doabia. n.d.


* Fateh Singh
Brief life of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Amritsar, Punjab Translating and
Publishing House. 1926.


Ganda Singh
Guru Gobind Singh's death at Nanded; an examination of succession theories.
Faridkot, Guru Nanak Foundation. 1972.


* Ganda Singh
Last days of Guru Gobind Singh. Amritsar, Khalsa College. 1941.


Gopal Singh
The prophet of hope; the life of Guru Gobind Singh. Delhi, Sterling Publishers.
1967.



Grewal, J.S.
Guru Gobind Singh (a biographical study) by J.S. Grewal and S.S. Bal.
Chandigarh, Panjab University. 1967.




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* Grewal, K.S.
Bibliography of references in Bengali to Guru Gobind Singh. Patiala, Guru
Gobind Singh Foundation. 1967.


* Gulati, S.P.
Guru Gobind Singh; life and achievements. Delhi, National Book Shop. 1999.
vol.2.


Guru Gobind Singh; a sketch of his life and teachings. Madras, G.A. Natesan. n.d.


Jagjit Singh
Guru Gobind Singh; a study. Bombay, Pritpal Kaur. 1967.


Johar, Surinder Singh
Guru Gobind Singh. New Delhi, Enkay Publishers. 1987.


Johar, Surinder Singh
Guru Gobind Singh; a biography. Delhi, Sterling. 1967.


Johar, Surinder Singh
Guru Gobind Singh; a biography. Jullundur, New Book. 1969.


Johar, Surinder Singh
Guru Gobind Singh; a study. New Delhi, Marwah. 1979.


Kapoor, Sukhbir Singh, ed.
The creation of the Khalsa; the saint soldier. New Delhi, Hemkunt Press. 1999.


Kapur Singh
Guru Gobind Singh in an age of crisis. Simla, The Alinda Mandal Someset House.
1952.



* Kartar Singh
Life of Guru Gobind Singh. Ludhiana, Lahore Book Shop. 1951.



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Kartar Singh
Life of Guru Gobind Singh. 3rd ed. Ludhiana, Lahore Book Shop. 1968.


* Kartar Singh
Story of Guru Gobind Singh. New Delhi, Hemkunt Press. 1995.


Kaushish, Swaroop Singh
Guru kian saakhian; tales of the Sikh Gurus. Amritsar, Singh Brothers. 2005.


Kavita, R.
Amarnama; a perspective. Patiala, Gurmat Parkashan. 2008.


* Kohli, Surinder Singh
Guru Gobind Singh; his life personality and achievement by Surinder Singh Kohli
and Gobind Singh Mansukhani. New Delhi, Hemkunt Press. 1977.


Kohli, Surinder Singh
The life and ideas of Guru Gobind Singh; based on original sources. New Delhi,
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers. 1986.


Lakshman Singh (Bhagat)
A short sketch of the life and work of Guru Gobind Singh; the Tenth and the last
Guru of the Sikhs. Lahore, Tribune Stream Press. 1909.


Lakshman Singh (Bhagat)
The Sikh martyrs, edited by Prithipal Singh Kapur. Amritsar, Singh Brothers.
2006.


Lakshman Singh
A short sketch of life and work of Guru Gobind Singh. Patiala, Languages
Department Punjab. 1970.


Lakshman Singh
A short sketch of the life and work of Guru Gobind Singh; the 10th and last Guru of
the Sikhs. Ludhiana, Lahore Book Shop. 1963.

* Lakshman Singh
Tributes to the memory of Guru Gobind Singh. Lahore, Sikh Tract Society.
1925.
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Macauliffe, Max Arthur
The Sikh religion; its Gurus, sacred writings and authors (Reprint). Amritsar,
Satvic Media. 2009. vol.5.


Maini, Darshan Singh
A biographical sketch of Guru Gobind Singh for children. Chandigarh, Guru
Gobind Singh Foundation. 1967.


* Mann, Arjan Singh
Short life sketch of Guru Gobind Singh. Calcutta, Bengal Sikh Missionary
Association. n.d.


Mansukhani, Gobind Singh
Guru Gobind Singh; his personality and achievement, by Gobind Singh
Mansukhani and Surinder Singh Kohli. New Delhi, Hemkunt Press. 1976.


* Mehta, Anand Krishan
Biography of Guru Gobind Singh with pictures. Lahore, s.n. 1924.


* Natesan, G.A.
Ramanand to Ram Tirath: lives of the saints of northern India including the Sikh
Gurus. Madras, The Author. n.d.


Nijhawan, P.K.
Sri Guru Gobind Geeta. New Delhi, Army Educational Stores. 1985.


Pritam Singh
Five stories from Guru Gobind Singh's life. New Delhi, National Book Trust.
2008.


Puran Singh
Guru Gobind Singh. Amritsar, Chief Khalsa Diwan. n.d.


* Puran Singh
Life and teachings of Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Amritsar, Khalsa Agency. n.d.


Puran Singh
The book of the Ten masters (Reprint). Amritsar, Singh Brothers. 2010.
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Puran Singh
The Ten masters. 4th ed. Amritsar, Chief Khalsa Diwan. 1969.


* Puran Singh
Victory of faith or the story of the martyrdom of four sons of Shri Guru Gobind
Singh. Amritsar, Khalsa Agency. 1908.


Rai, Daulat
Sahibe Kamal Guru Gobind Singh, translated by Surinderjit Singh. 2nd ed.
Amritsar, Gurmat Sahit Charitable Trust. 1993.


Rakshit, A.C.
Guru Gobind Singh. Lahore, Sikh Tract Society. 1919.


Ranbir Singh
Glimpses of the divine masters. Delhi, International Trade Corporation. 1965.


Safeer, Pritam Singh
The Tenth master. New Delhi, Guru Nanak Foundation. 1983.


Sahib Singh
Guru Gobind Singh; life history, his mission and significance of four breaches and
five symbols of Khalsa discipline. Jullundur, Raj Publishers. 1967.


Sahib Singh
Guru Gobind Singh; life history, mission and significance of four and five symbols
of Khalsa discipline by Sahib Singh and Dalip Singh. 2nd ed. Jullundur, Raj
Publishers. 1970.


Sahota, Kartar Singh
The Sikh Gurus; brief life story of the Ten Sikh Gurus. Bangkok, Sri Guru Singh
Sabha. n.d.
Sarangal, Tilak Raj, comp.
Guru Gobind Singh; the Sikh heritage & faith, compiled by Tilak Raj Sarangal and
Sewa Ram Sarangal. Lehara Gaga, Chehre Prakashan. 1999.



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Seetal, Sohan Singh
Prophet of man; Guru Gobind Singh. Ludhiana, Lyall Book Depot. 1968.


Shamsher Singh
Guru Gobind Singh. Amritsar, Modern Sahit. n.d.


Shamsher Singh
Life of Guru Gobind Singh; through pictures by Shamsher Singh; edited by Sadajit
Singh. Amritsar, Punjab Modern Academy of Fine Arts & Crafts. n.d.


Sher Singh
Guru Gobind Singh; his life sketch. Amritsar, Jaidev Singh and Joginder Singh.
n.d.


* Sher Singh
Life of Guru Gobind Singh. Amritsar, The Author. 1932.


Sher Singh
Social and political philosophy of Guru Gobind Singh. Delhi, Sterling. 1967.


Sher, Sher Singh
Sikh Gurus; their religion and followers. Chandigarh, Shiromani Sikh Samaj.
1973.


* Singh, B.K.
The saint of Patna: Sri Guru Govind Singh Ji. Patna, Supervising Committee.
1938.


Taran Singh, ed.
Sikh Gurus and the Indian spiritual thought. Patiala, Punjabi University. 1981.


Thadani, Jaya
When sparrows killed hawks; a children's life of Guru Gobind Singh. Chandigarh,
Guru Gobind Singh Foundation. 1966.

The Tenth master; tributes on tercentenary. Chandigarh, Guru Gobind Singh
Foundation. 1967.


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* Trilochan Singh
A brief account of life and works of Guru Gobind Singh, by Trilochan Singh and
Anurag Singh. Amritsar, Bhai Chattar Singh Jiwan Singh. 2002.


Trilochan Singh
A brief life sketch of Guru Gobind Singh. Delhi, Gurdwara Parbandhak
Committee. 1968.


Trilochan Singh
Guru Gobind Singh: a brief life sketch. Delhi, Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee.
1964.


Works on Philosophy


* Balbir Singh
Message of Guru Gobind Singh. Chandigarh, Guru Gobind Singh Foundation.
1966.


Batth, Gurdev Singh, tr.
Sikh rehat maryada; a guide to the Sikh way of life. Hong Kong, Gurdev Singh
Batth. 1990.


* Chatrath, Balwant Singh
Guru Gobind Singh Ji and his message. Sargodha, The Author. n.d.


Dharmanant Singh
Glimpses of the mission of Shri Guru Gobind Singh. Amritsar, The Author from
Platoneum. 1963.


* Gahir, Gurcharan Singh, ed.
Souvenir: 298th birthday of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Nairobi, Sant Baba Mani
Singh Memorial Trust. 1964.



Gandhi, Surjit Singh
A historian's approach to Guru Gobind Singh. Amritsar, Singh Brothers. 2004.



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Grewal, J.S.
Sikh ideology, polity and social order; from Guru Nanak to Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
New Delhi, Manohar Publishers & Distributors. 2007.


Gurcharan Singh
Guru Gobind Singh and his mission. Jullundur, Malhotra. 1976.


Gurdev Singh
Perspectives on the Sikh traditions. 2nd ed. Amritsar, Singh Brothers. 1996.


Khazan Singh
History and philosophy of the Sikh religion, edited by Prithipal Singh Kapur
(Reprint). Amritsar, Satvic Media. 2005. 2 pts.


* Lakshman Singh
Guru Govind Singh's idealism. Amritsar, Sikh Tract Society. n.d.


* Man, Arjan Singh
Guru Gobind Singh's mission. Calcutta, Bengal Sikh Missionary Association.
n.d.


Mcleod, W.H.
Essays in Sikh history, tradition and society. New Delhi, Oxford University Press.
2007.


Nirbhai Singh
The philosophical perspective on Sikh view of martyrdom. Amritsar, Singh
Brothers. 2007.


Taran Singh
Philosophy of Guru Gobind Singh. Ambala Cantt, Vidwan Press. n.d.








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Teachings



* Bawa, Chhajju Singh
The Ten Gurus and their teachings. Lahore, Punjab Printing Press. 1903.


Shackle, Christopher, ed.
Teachings of the Sikh Gurus; selections from the Sikh scriptures, edited and
translated by Christopher Shackle and Arvindpal Singh Mandair. London,
Routledge. 2005.


Shan, Harnam Singh
Select sayings of Guru Gobind Singh; a dictionary of the thought of the tenth
Prophet -Preceptor of the Sikhs. Punjab, Information & Public Relation
Department. 2008.


* Sharma, Amrita
The life and teachings of Guru Gobind Singh. New Delhi, Learners Press. 1998.


* Talib, G.S.
Impact of Guru Gobind Singh on Indian society. Patiala, Punjabi University. n.d.


Talib, Gurbachan Singh
The impact of Guru Gobind Singh on Indian society; a socio-ethical interpretation
of the Sikh religion. Chandigarh, Guru Gobind Singh Foundation. 1966.


Talib, Gurbachan Singh
The impact of Guru Gobind Singh on Indian society; a socio-ethical interpretation
of the Sikh religion. Ludhiana, Lahore Book Shop. 1984.

Dasam Granth Sahib


Ahluwalia, Jasbir Singh
Understanding the Dasam Granth; dilectical sublime of Guru Gobind Singh.
Patiala, Punjabi University. n.d.


Ashta, Dharam Pal
The poetry of the Dasam Granth. New Delhi, Arun. 1959.

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Baagha, Ajit Singh
Banur had orders; a critical study of an hitherto unknown 'Hukamnamah of Guru
Gobind Singh'. Delhi, Ranjit. 1969.


* Bhagwant Singh
Dasam Granth; Tuk-Tatakara (index). Patiala, Punjabi University. 2001. vol.1.


Bindra, Pritpal Singh, tr.
Chritro Pakhyaan; tales of male-female tricky deceptions from Sri Dasam Granth.
Amritsar, Bhai Chattar Singh Jiwan Singh. 2002. 2 vols.


Duggal, Kartar Singh, comp.
Select Sikh scriptures. New Delhi, UBS Publishers & Distributors. 1999.


Jagjit Singh
Dasam Granth; the real issues. Chandigarh, The Author. n.d.


Jodh Singh, tr.
Sri Dasam Granth Sahib; text and translation, translated by Jodh Singh and Dharam
Singh. Patiala, Heritage Publications. 1999. 2 vols.


Kohli, Surinder Singh, tr.
Sri Dasam Granth Sahib. Birmingham, The Sikh National Heritage Trust. 2003.
3 vols.


Loehlin, C.H.
The Granth of Guru Gobind Singh and the Khalsa brotherhood. Lucknow,
Lucknow Publishing. 1971.


* Mansukhani, Gobind Singh, tr.
Hymns from the Dasam Granth. New Delhi, Hemkunt Press. 1980.


* Mansukhani, Gobind Singh
Hymns from the Dasam Granth. New Delhi, Hemkunt Press. 1993.




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Sandhu, Piara Singh, tr.
Selections from Sri Dasam Granth Sahib; text in Gurmukhi & Roman. Amritsar,
Singh Brothers. 2004.


Jaap Sahib


Bawa, Ujagar Singh, tr.
Jaap Sahib & Sawayyay; a part of Sikh scriptures. Gaithersburg, The Washington
Sikh Center. 1993.


* Brijinder Singh, tr.
The Jap: thoughts on Godhood with Shabadas and Swayyas of Guru Gobind Singh.
Amritsar, The Author. 1925.


Gill, Daniel, tr.
Jaap Sahib; the cosmology of Guru Gobind Singh, translated into French and
English by Daniel Gill and Harjeet Singh Gill. New Delhi, Bahri Publications.
1994.


Gill, Harjit Singh, tr.
The cosmology of Guru Gobind Singh. New Delhi, Gobind Sadan Institute. n.d.


Gobind Singh (Guru)
Jaap Sahib; the cosmology of Guru Gobind Singh. New Delhi, Gobind Sadan
Institute. n.d.


Kapoor, Sukhbir Singh
Jap Sahib, Swayas and Ardas hymns in the praise of God. New Delhi, Sterling.
1995.


Neki, Jaswant Singh
Basking in the divine presence; a study of Jap Sahib, the meditation of Guru Gobind
Singh. Amritsar, Singh Brothers. 2008.


Peace, M.L., tr.
Jap Sahib; Guru Gobind's immortal morning prayer. 2nd ed. Jullundur, M.L. Peace
and Rattan Kaur. 1966.


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Powar, Rabinder, tr.
Jaap Sahib; phonetic transcription and translation. Patiala, Punjabi University.
2005.


Ralph Singh
Jaap Sahib: seminar, March 2-3, 1990. New Delhi, Gobind Sadan. 1990.


* Sodhi, Barjinder Singh, tr.
Jap or thought on Godhood with shabad and swayyas. Amritsar, The Translator.
1925.


Surendra Nath, tr.
Jap with Hindi and English text. New Delhi, Gobind Sadan. 1991.


* Surendra Nath
Jaap Sahib of Guru Gobind Singh. New Delhi, Gobind Sadan Institute for
Advanced Studies in Contemporary Religion. 1996.


Surinderjit Singh, tr.
Jap Sahib and other hymns. Amritsar, Singh Brothers. 2002.


Trilochan Singh, tr.
Guru Gobind Singh's the Jap. Delhi, Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee. 1968.


Trilochan Singh, tr.
The Jap; meditational prayer; translated from the original. Delhi, Gurdwara
Parbandhak Committee. 1968.


Wazir Singh, ed.
Akalvad of Jap Sahib: seminar on Guru Gobind Singh's Japu Sahib March, 2-3.
New Delhi, Gobind Sadan Institute for Advanced Studies in Comparative Religion.
1990.


Chandi Di Vaar


* Diwan Singh
Glimpses of Chandi Chritra. Mohali, Diwan Singh. 1996.

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Kartar Singh, tr.
The epic of Chandi. Qadian, The Translator. 1968.


Bachitar Natak


Bawa, Ujagar Singh, tr.
Bichitra naatik; a part of Sikh scriptures. Gaithersburg, The Washington Sikh
Centre,The Sikh Youth Forum. 1991.


* Gurbhagat Singh
Trans-cultural poetics; comparative studies of Ezra pond's Cantos and Guru Gobind
Singh's Bachitra Natak. Delhi, Ajanta Publications. 1988.


Harnam Singh, tr.
Vachitra Natak. Amritsar, Sikh Tract Society. 1925.


* Jodh Singh
Wonderous play; Bachitra Natak. Patiala, The Sikh Heritage Publications. 2003.


Peace, M.L., tr.
Guru Gobind Singh's Bachittar Natak. 2nd ed. Jullundur, The Author. n.d.


Sekhon, Sant Singh, tr.
The unique drama; translation of Benati Chaupi, Bachitra Natak and Akal Ustati.
Chandigarh, Guru Gobind Singh Foundation. 1968.



Akaal Ustat


Darshan Singh, tr.
Akal Ustat; praise of the immortal recitation by Guru Gobind Singh, 10th Guru of
the Sikhs. Delhi, Gyan Sagar Publications. 1999.


* Peace, M.L., tr.
Guru Gobind Singh's Akal Ustat translated into English verse. Jullundur, The
Translator. 1963.


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Zafarnama and Fatehnama


* Ahuja, Jasbir Kaur
Fatehnama of Guru Gobind Singh. Mumbai, Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan. 1999.


* Ahuja, Jasbir Kaur
Zafarnama Guru Gobind Singh. Mumbai, Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan. 1996.


* Bedi, B.P.L., ed.
Unto victory; letter from the last Sikh Guru to the last Moghul Emperor;
Zafarnamah of Guru Gobind Singh Maharaj addressed to Emperor Aurangzeb.
New Delhi, Unity Book Club of India. 1957.


Bedi, Gurcharan Singh
The epistle of victory; an English translation of Guru Gobind Singh's Zafarnama in
verse. Amritsar, The Author. 1960.


* Darshan Singh
Zafarnama; epistle of victory written in Persian by the Tenth Guru to Mughal
Emperor Aurangzeb. New Delhi, ABC Publishing. n.d.


Duggal, Devinder Singh
Fatehnama and Zafarnama. Jullundur, Institute of Sikh Studies. 1980.


* Ganda Singh, ed.
Hukamname. Patiala, Punjabi University. 1967.


Maighowalia, B.S., ed.
Zafarnama. Hoshiarpur, The Author. n.d.


Makin, Gurcharan Singh, tr.
Zafarnamah (Epistle of victory); Ik Onkar Hukam Sat Sri Wahe Guru Ji ki Fateh
Zafarnamah Sri Mukhvak Patshahi-10. Ludhiana, Lahore Book Shop. 2005.


Nara, Ishar Singh
Safarnama and Zafarnama, translated by Joginder Singh. New Delhi, Nara
Publications. 1985.

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* Peace, M.L., tr.
Guru Gobind Singh's Zafarnama. Jullundur, The Translator. 1963.


Sarna, Navtej, tr.
Zafarnama; Guru Gobind Singh. New Delhi, Penguin Books India. 2011.


Surinderjit Singh, tr.
Guru Gobind Singh's Zafarnama. Amritsar, Singh Brothers. 2003.


* Verma, Davinder Kumar
Zafarnamah; its historical importance. Patiala, Punjabi University. 1987.


Travels



* Attar Singh, tr.
The travels of Guru Teg Bahadur and Guru Gobind Singh. Lahore, The Author.
1876.


Fauja Singh, ed.
Guru Gobind Singh marg; edited by Fauja Singh and Kapur Singh Ghuman. 2nd ed.
Chandigarh, Language Department, Punjab. 1976.


Fauja Singh, ed.
Travels of Guru Gobind Singh. Patiala, Punjabi University. 1968.


Gill, Danielle
Machhiwara; meditations of Guru Gobind Singh, by Danielle Gill and Harjeet
Singh Gill. New Delhi, Harman Publishing. 2004.


* Nahar Singh
Guru Gobind Singh's visit to Rawalsar (Mandi State). Lahore, Model Electric
Press. n.d.

Battles

Ardaman Singh
Victories of Sri Guru Gobind Singh. 2nd ed. Patiala, Guru Nanak Mission. 1970.
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Dhillon, Dalbir Singh
Battles of Sri Guru Gobind Singh by Dalbir Singh Dhillon and Shangana Singh
Bhullar. New Delhi, Deep and Deep Publications. 1990.


Jagdish Singh
The immortal story of Chamkor Sahib. Amritsar, Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak
Committee. n.d.


Kartar Singh
Guru Gobind Singh and the Mughals. Chandigarh, Guru Gobind Singh
Foundation. 1967.


Narain Singh
Guru Gobind Singh; the warrior saint. Chandigarh, Guru Gobind Singh
Foundation. 1967.


Nayyar, Gurbachan Singh
The Sikhs in Ferment; battles of the Sikh Gurus. New Delhi, National Book
Organization. 1992.


Nihal Singh
The battle of Chamkaur. Lahore, Gurmat Tract Society. 1932.


Nijjar, Bakhshish Singh
Punjab under the Great Mughals.. Chandigarh, Panjab University. 1965.


Pandey, A.B.
Later medieval India (1526-1761 A.D.). Allahabad, Central Book Depot. 1985.


Parkash Singh, ed.
The saint-warrior Guru Gobind Singh. Amritsar, Khalsa College. 1967.


* Puran Singh
Victory of faith or the martyrdom of the four sons of Guru Gobind Singh. s.l., s.n.
n.d.


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* Sardul Singh
The battle of life, how Guru Gobind Singh fought it? The military aspect of
Sikhism. Lahore, Sikh Tract Society. 1918.


Sunder Singh
The battles of Guru Gobind Singh (Reprint). Amritsar, Khalsa College Research
Department. 1938.


Teja Singh
Martyrdom of the innocents and Guru Gobind Singh's Zafarnamah. Delhi, Ajanta
Books International. 1999.


* Virdi, Harbans Singh
Battles on blue steed. Chandigarh, Writer's Foundation. 1999.


Khalsa



Ahluwalia, Jasbir Singh
Creation of the Khalsa; essence and significance. Chandigarh, Unistar Books.
1999.


* Ahluwalia, Rajendra Singh
The founder of the Khalsa. Chandigarh, Guru Gobind Singh Foundation. 1966.


* Ahluwalia, Rajindra Singh
The founder of Khalsa (Reprint). Chandigarh, Guru Gobind Singh Foundation.
1971.


Amrit Veen Kaur
The Khalsa doctorine; its origin, evolution and significance. Delhi, Divine Society,
Sri Guru Gobind College of Commerce. 1999.


Ardaman Singh
The Baisakhi. s.l., s.n. 1970.


Banerjee, A.C.
The Khalsa Raj. New Delhi, Abhinav Publications. 1985.
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Banerjee, Himadri
The Khalsa and the Punjab; studies in the Sikh history to the nineteenth century.
New Delhi, Tulika Books. 2002.


Banerjee, Himdari, ed.
The Khalsa and the Punjab; studies in Sikh history to the nineteenth century. New
Delhi, Tulika. 2002.


Banerjee, Indubhusan
Evolution of the Khalsa. 4th ed. Calcutta, A. Mukherjee. 1979. 2 vols.


Choor Singh
Raj Karega Khalsa. Singapore, Central Sikh Gurdwara Board. 1992.


Dalip Singh
Guru Gobind Singh and Khalsa discipline. Amritsar, Singh Brothers. 1992.


Fauja Singh
Guru Gobind Singh Marg; the great pilgrimage. Punjab, Director Language
Department. n.d.


Grewal, J.S., ed.
The Khalsa; Sikh and non-Sikh perspectives. New Delhi, Manohar. 2004.


Grewal, Jagtar Singh, ed.
The Khalsa over 300 years; edited by Jagtar Singh Grewal and Indu Banga. New
Delhi, Tulika. 1999.


Gupta, Shiv Kumar, ed.
Creation of the Khalsa; fulfilment of Guru Nanak's mission (Khalsa tercentenary
commemorative volume). Patiala, Punjabi University. 1999.


Gurnam Kaur, ed.
Khalsa; a thematic perspective. Patiala, Punjabi University. 2001.


Harbhajan Singh, ed.
The tercentenary of Khalsa; a commemoration. Chennai, Developers India.
1999.
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Inderpal Singh
The grandeur of Khalsa. Amritsar, Guru Nanak Dev University. 1999.


* Jaspal, Partap Singh
Eternal glory of Guru Gobind Singh and the Khalsa. New Delhi, Reliance
Publishing. 1999.


* Johar, S.S.
Rituals and the Khalsa; in his birth of the Khalsa. New Delhi, Ajanta International.
2001.


Kapoor, Sukhbir Singh, ed.
The creation of the Khalsa; the saint soldier. New Delhi, Hemkunt Press. 1999.


* Kapur Singh
Baisakhi of Guru Gobind Singh. Jullundur, Hindi Publishers. 1960.


Kapur, Prithipal Singh
The Khalsa by Prithipal Singh Kapur and Dharam Singh. Patiala, Punjabi
University. 1999.


Kharak Singh
Khalsa and the twenty first century. Chandigarh, Institute of Sikh Studies. 1999.


* Kumar, H.C.
The birth of the Khalsa. Hyderabad, Jethmal Parsham Gupta. 1928.


Madanjit Kaur, ed.
Guru Gobind Singh and creation of Khalsa. Amritsar, Guru Nanak Dev
University. 2000.


Malik, Arjan Dass
The sword of the Khalsa; the Sikh people war 1699-1768. New Delhi, Manohar
Publishers and Distributors. 1999.


* Man, Arjan Singh
The Sikh and the Singh. Calcutta, Bengal Sikh Missionary Association. 1937.

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McLeod, W.H.
Sikhs of the Khalsa; a history of the Khalsa rahit. New Delhi, Oxford University
Press. 2003.



Mohinder Singh
Sikh; forms and symbols. New Delhi, Manohar Publishers. 2000.


Parkash Singh
Degh Tegh Fateh. Amritsar, Khalsa Advocate. n.d.


* Rajinder Singh
Functioning of Sarkar Khalsa. Patiala, Academy of Sikh Religion & Culture.
1981.


* Rataul, Sardar Singh
The Khalsa. 3rd ed. Amritsar, Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee.
1958.


* Relevance of Khalsa value system in the 21st century. Chandigarh, Anandpur Sahib
Foundation. 2000.


Santokh Singh
Sword of the Khalsa. Jammu, Gujral Printers. 1991.


Shan, Harnam Singh
Creation of the Khalsa; an epoch-making event in the world history. Patiala, Guru
Nanak Dev Mission. 2002.


Singh, K.
Baisakhi; the birthday of the Khalsa. Bangkok, Sri Guru Singh Sabha. n.d.


The Spirit of Khalsa; three centuries of interface. Chennai, Developers India. 2000.


Trilochan Singh, tr.
Souvenir; Vesakhi special. Singapore, Sikh Community of Singapore. 1998.

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Gurdwaras


Dilgeer, Harjinder Singh
Anandpur Sahib. Belgium, Sikh University Centre. 2003.


Shamsher Singh
Takht Patna Sahib in its historical spiritual perspective. Patna Sahib, Takhat Sri
Harminder Sahib Ji. n.d.





List of Gurdwaras

Bihar
Gurdwara Bal Lila Maini
Gurdwara Gobind Ghat (Patna)
Gurdwara Guru Ka Bagh Sahib (Patna)
Gurudwara Handi Sahib
Takhat Sachkhand Sri Patna Sahib
Haryana
Gurdwara Dasvin Patshahi (Kurukshetra)
Gurdwara Patshahi Dasvin (Sulhar)
Gurdwara Raj Ghat Patshahi Dasvin (Kurukshetra)
Gurudwara Nada Sahib
Gurudwara Patshahi 6th,9th,10th Sahib
Gurudwara Patshahi Dasvin (Jagadhari)
Himachal Pradesh
Gurdwara Tir Garhi (Bhangani)
Guru Ka Lahaur (Bilaspur)
Gurudwara Bhangani Sahib
Gurudwara Dasvin Patshahi (Nadaun)
Gurudwara Guru Gobind Singh Sahib (Nahan)
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Gurudwara Mandi
Gurudwara Padal Sahib (Mandi)
Gurudwara Paonta Sahib
Gurudwara Rawalsar Sahib
Gurudwara Sehra Sahib
Gurudwara Toka Sahib
Bathinda
Gurdwara Zafarnama
Gurudwara Jand Sahib
Takhat Damdama Sahib
Faridkot
Gurdwara Gurusar Patshahi 10
Fatehgarh
Gurdwara Fatehgarh Sahib
Gurdwara Shahid Ganj
Ludhiana
Gurudwara Charan Kanwal
Gurudwara Manji Sahib (Alamgir)
Gurudwara Uch Da Pir
Gurdwara Jhar Sahib
Mohali
Gurudwara Akalgarh Sahib (Gharuan)
Ropar
Chamkaur Sahib
Gurdwara Bhatta Sahib
Gurdwara Damdama Sahib (Anandpur)
Gurdwara Garhi Sahib
Gurdwara Katalgarh Sahib
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Gurdwara Mata Jit Kaur Sahib
Gurdwara Parivar Vichora
Gurudwara Jand Sahib
Gurudwara Manji Sahib (Burjmajra)
Gurudwara Mata Jit Kaur (Anandpur)
Gurudwara Qila Anandgarh (Anandpur)
Gurudwara Qila Fatehgarh (Anandpur)
Gurudwara Qila Lohgarh (Anandpur)
Gurudwara Shahid Ganj Sahib (Morinda)
Gurudwara Sisganj (Anandpur)
Gurudwara Thara Sahib (Anandpur)
Keshgarh Sahib
Maharashtra
Gurdwara Mata Sahib (Nanded)
Gurudwara Banda Ghat
Gurudwara Damdama Sahib (Nanded)
Gurudwara Hira Ghat Sahib
Gurudwara Mal Tekri
Gurudwara Nagina Ghat Sahib
Gurudwara Sangat Sahib (Nanded)
Gurudwara Shikar Ghat Sahib
Takhat Sachkhand Sri Hazoor Sahib
Uttaranchal
Gurudwara Hemkunt Sahib




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General Works


Amrit Kaur
Guru Gobind Singh Foundation salutes mothers. The Sikh Review. 55:8(644).
2007. pp.79-81.


Bawa, Paramjeet Singh
The darbars of the Sikh Gurus by Louis E. Fenech. The Sikh Review. 57:2(662).
2009. pp.52-56.


Chadha, Dilbir Singh
Peerless is Guru Gobind Singh; "Himself the master and the disciple". The Sikh
Review. 57:4(664). 2009. pp.9-10.


Cunningham, J.D.
Guru Gobind Singh; the measure of greatness. The Sikh Review. 50:1(577).
2002. pp.31-32.


Dharminder Singh
Writings of Guru Gobind Singh; historical significance. The Panjab Past and
Present. 38(76). 2007. pp.32-40.


Gupta, Rajat Das
Tagore's essay; Shivaji and Guru Govind Singh. The Sikh Review. 57:5(665).
2009. pp.36-42.


Gurbinder Kaur
Role of women in history during the Guru period. Punjab History Conference.
42nd session, March 19-21. 2010. pp.108-110.


Jogi, Joginder Singh
Guru Gobind Singh; personality and vision. The Sikh Review. 57:1(661). 2009.
pp.41-44.




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Kirpal Singh
Sikhs and Afghans; from Guru Nanak to Maharaja Ranjit Singh. The Sikh Review.
56:12(660). 2008. pp.39-43.


Kohli, Jaidev Singh
The incredible Guru Gobind Singh. The Sikh Review. 57:1(661). 2009.
pp.21-27.


Latif, Syed Mohammed
Guru Gobind Singh; birth of a nation (Reprint). The Sikh Review. 50.1(577).
2002. pp.32-33.


Madanjit Kaur
The Guruship and succession of Guru Granth Sahib. The Panjab Past and Present.
35(69 & 70). 2004. pp.115-127.


Madanjit Kaur
The Guruship and succession of Sri Guru Granth Sahib. The Panjab Past and
Present. 39(78). 2008. pp.1-18.


Mahindar Singh
A Glimpse of Sri Dasmesh. The Sikh Review. 50:1(577). 2002. pp.24-27.


Mahindar Singh
Banda Bairagi; as Singh Bahadur and Badshah. The Sikh Review. 56:12(660).
2008. pp.44-47.


Nayyar, G.S. and Kavita
Guru Gobind Singh's mission and the last phase at Nanded. Punjab History
Conference. 41st session, March 14-16. 2009. pp.129-134.


Onkar Singh
Saint soldiers of the Tenth Master. The Sikh Review. 50:1(577). 2002. pp.28-
30.


Panesar, S.D.
The Khalsa March across 18th & 19th centuries; from Banda Singh Bahadur to
Maharaja Ranjit Singh. The Sikh Review. 58:12(684). 2010. pp.30-33.

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Rai Aziz Ullah
Tenth Guru's unique relic; the incomparable "Ganga Sagar". The Sikh Review.
52:7(607). 2004. pp.16-21.


Sarna, Joginder Singh
The miracle that Guru Gobind Singh wrought. The Sikh Review. 49:1(565).
2001. pp.21-22.


Shanti Kaur Khalsa
Mata Jeeto Ji as the feminine light of Guru Gobind Singh Ji. The Sikh Review.
56:4(652). 2008. pp.31-33.


Shukla, Satish Kumar
Humanitarianism; shubh karman te kab-hon na taron. The Sikh Review.
57:4(664). 2009. pp.14-17.


Sohan Singh
The Miri-Piri doctrine as perfected by Guru Gobind Singh. The Sikh Review.
57:1(661). 2009. pp.30-35.


Sulakhan Singh
Historical analysis of Giani Gian Singh's Nirmal Panth Pardipika. Punjab History
Conference. 37th session, March 18-20. 2005. pp.220-222.


Tara Singh, O.
Guru Gobind Singh's gift to humanity. The Sikh Review. 49:1(565). 2001.
pp.16-19.

Aurobindo, tr.
Sri Aurobindo on Guru Gobind Singh Ji. The Sikh Review. 49:1(565). 2001.
p.20.


Bedi, Parminder Singh
Koer Singh's Gurbilas Patshahi 10; nineteenth century Sikh literature. Punjab
History Conference. 39th session, March 16-18. 2007. pp.247-252.


Kirpal Singh
Early life of Guru Gobind Singh. The Panjab Past and Present. 31(61). 2000.
pp.25-30.
45


Madhulika Singh
Takhat Sri Patna Sahib; second throne of the Sikh World. The Panjab Past Present.
38(75). 2007. pp.1-10.


Pargat Singh
Faith & character building; Guru Gobind Singh Ji as patron of sports. The Sikh
Review. 52:8(608). 2004. pp.14-17.


Works on Philosophy


Ahuja, Jasbir Kaur
Guru Gobind Singh; the prophet & statesman. The Sikh Review. 51:12(600).
2003. pp.27-30.


Kavita
Goddess worship as ascribed to Guru Gobind Singh; an analysis. The Panjab Past
and Present. 39(78). 2008. pp.29-35.


Nayyar, Gurbachan Singh
The aims and activity of Guru Gobind Singh. The Panjab Past and Present.
31(61). 2000. pp.31-36.


Sodhi, S.S.
Guru Gobind Singh; India's prophet of destiny. The Sikh Review. 51:12(600).
2003. pp.30-32.

Teachings


Ahluwalia, K.J.S.
The mission and message of Guru Gobind Singh Ji. The Sikh Review. 58:4(676).
2010. pp.21-23.

Dalawari, Bhagwant Singh
The blessings of Guru Gobind Singh's Amrit; a personal testimony. The Sikh
Review. 49:4(568). 2001. pp.18-23.

Rao, K.L. Seshagiri
Religious dialogue and Sikh perspective vision of Guru Gobind Singh. The Sikh
Review. 49:4(568). 2001. pp.12-17.

46

Dasam Granth Sahib


Navdeep Kaur
Shabad Hazare in Dasam Granth; an analysis. Punjab History Conference. 42nd
session, March 19-21. 2010. pp.98-102.

Chandi Di Vaar


Ahluwalia, K.S.
References to Durga in writings of Guru Gobind Singh Ji. The Sikh Review.
57:4(664). 2009. pp.27-28.


Sharma, Jaswant Kumar
The chandi charitar- an analysis. The Panjab Past and Present. 31(61). 2000.
pp.37-43.

Zafarnama



Navdeep Kaur
Zafarnama; its historical importance. Punjab History Conference. 41st session,
March 14-16. 2009. pp.193-198.


Travels


Bajwa, K.S.
Guru Gobind Singh; from Talwandi Sabho to Nanded. Punjab History Conference.
41st session, March 14-16. 2009. pp.117-128.


Sohi, B.K.
Preservation of holy sites; a visit to Anandpur Sahib. The Sikh Review.
49:4(568). 2001. pp.46-48.






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Battles


Daljit Kaur
Sources on Sikh history- a case study of Khanzada expedition and Hussaini Yudh
against Guru Gobind Singh. Punjab History Conference. 35th session, March 6-
8. 2003. pp.95-97.


Jagjit Singh
Advent of Guru Gobind Singh Ji; emancipatory basis of the Sikh struggle. The
Sikh Review. 52:1(601). 2004. pp.21-28.


Sethi, Joginder Singh
Martyr's blood on Chamkaur di Garhi. The Sikh Review. 52:12(612). 2004.
pp.19-21.


Sharma, Saroj
Battle of Bhangani; a profile of perspectives on Bachittar Natak and Sri Gur Sobha.
Punjab History Conference. 35th session, March 6-8. 2003. pp.98-100.


Vaswani, T.L.
Guru Gobind Singh: a soldier of the Spirit. The Sikh Review. 50:1(577). 2002.
pp.23-24.

Khalsa


Aulakh, Gurcharan Singh
The process of baptism in 1699 on Baisakhi day-in context of sources. Punjab
History Conference. 37th session, March 18-20. 2005. pp.188-193.


Baveja, Manmohan Singh
The Sikh discipline and Kesh. The Sikh Review. 52:4(604). 2004. pp.61-62.


Grewal, Gurdip Singh
Khalsa and the concept of sovereignty. The Sikh Review. 52:4(604). 2004.
pp.34-35.


Jogi, Joginder Singh
Emergence of Khalsa; a divine will. The Sikh Review. 55:4(640). 2007.
pp.26-29.
48

Kapoor, Satish K.
Guru Gobind Singh; the final phase. The Sikh Review. 56:9(657). 2008.
pp.19-23.


Kavita Rani
Sainapat Sri Gur Sobha as a source of post Khalsa battles. Punjab History
Conference. 35th session, March 6-8. 2003. pp.91-94.


Khullar, Pranav
Vaisakhi; sacred & secular. The Sikh Review. 57:4(664). 2009. pp.41-42.


Kuldeep Singh
The essentiality of turban; World Sikh Council presents memorandum to French
Government in Paris. The Sikh Review. 52:4(604). 2004. pp.52-57.


Livtar Singh Khalsa
Khalsa on top of the World. The Sikh Review. 56:3(651). 2008. p.73.


Narinder Singh
The underlying reason for the 5K's. The Sikh Review. 58:4(676). 2010.
pp.57-58.


Parminder Singh
Vaisakhi; past and present - changing trends. The Sikh Review. 58:4(676).
2010. pp.26-28.


Prince, S.S.
Vaisakhi of the Khalsa. The Sikh Review. 58:4(676). 2010. p.71.


Ravindra Kumar
Guru Gobind Singh's Khalsa as forerunner of Indian nationalism. The Sikh
Review. 57:5(665). 2009. pp.22-25.


Shan, Harnam Singh
Birth of the Khalsa Panth; the divinely ordained people. The Sikh Review.
56:4(652). 2008. pp.25-26.


49
Shan, Harnam Singh
Why Sikhs are ordained to preserve Kesh. The Sikh Review. 57:5(2009). 2009.
pp.20-21.


Sodhi, S.S.
Khalsa centrism; a life affirming system. The Sikh Review. 58:4(676). 2010.
pp.17-20.


Sukhdial Singh
Emergence of the Khalsa commonwealth. The Sikh Review. 55:4(640). 2007.
pp.30-34.


Sukhdial Singh
Guru Gobind Singh Ji; founding Father of the Khalsa. The Sikh Review.
56:4(652). 2008. pp.27-30.


Sukhdial Singh
Guru Gobind Singh as founder of the Khalsa commonwealth. The Sikh Review.
57:4(664). 2009. pp.35-36.


Sukhdial Singh
Guru Gobind Singh; as founder of the Khalsa Commonwealth. The Sikh Review.
57:1(661). 2009. pp.36-38.


Syalee, Sangat Singh
Ordaining of the Khalsa. The Sikh Review. 52:4(604). 2004. pp.11-13.


Tarilochan Singh
Raj karega Khalsa; its historical significance. The Sikh Review. 55:4(640).
2007. pp.35-37.


Tarlochan Singh
Attributes of Khalsa; the ideal and the reality. The Sikh Review. 52:4(604).
2004. pp.35-37.


Tarnindar Singh
Nyara Khalsa; the perfectionist spirit. The Sikh Review. 52:12(612). 2004.
pp.22-27.

50

Vidyarthi, Rajinder Singh
The Khalsa in turbulent times. The Sikh Review. 52:4(604). 2004. pp.31-33.


Walia, Jasjit Singh
Khalsa as the divinely sanctioned order. The Sikh Review. 49:8(572). 2001.
pp.23-30.


Yogi, Harbhajan Singh
Order of the Khalsa. The Sikh Review. 57:4(664). 2009. pp.24-26.


Yogi, Harbhajan Singh
Vaisakhi; the unfolding of Sikh history. The Sikh Review. 58:4(676). 2010.
pp.55-56.


Gurdwaras

Madhulika Singh
Takhat Sri Patna Sahib; second throne of the Sikh world. The Panjab Past and
Present. 38(75). 2007. pp.1-10.
























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HJU n+HJ (HUdlf). U5l+J, Hl +J +l8U lHw UU5H, 1967.

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dK+l Ul UHd. Jfl5l, d, 1921.

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Hl +J HJ, HUd +5 lHw. ln, H8l lfJlHl, 1980.

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8Ud dHl, 1967.


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fU UlHB U HJU d. nlH3HJ, lHw 8UJH, 1992.
55

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H3 HUJl Hl. lUl, J8l dH, 1976.

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2004.

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Hl+UJ lHw
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33, H3 lHw
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57

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UHHH UJI. nlH3HJ, JUl EdlJ lHw n5 HH, 1967.

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8UHU UJfH +J +l8U lHw. U5l+J, +J +l8U lHw EU5H,
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H..

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* UH, lnJ lHw
lUd8l +J d+lf. nlH3HJ, H8l 8d H, 1949.

UH, lnJ lHw
Hl UHHH 8Il. ln, d, 1994.

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1963.

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lH U JH Ul lflUn. HUJ, lUU 8lHJH, 1956.


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8lJlUUJ lHw, H.
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1967.

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1932.

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Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl Ul H8U-HJ3. nlH3HJ, HHIl +JUnJ 8Ud
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Jf lHw, H.
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8dH J J +J +l8U lHw. U5l+J, Jw8lJ JU dH, 1969.

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dJ nUH. ln, H HlUl UJ UHlHH, 1986.

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HHlUl, 1860.


fJH, UlfUJ dHJ
H3 HlU8 dJ Hl. ln, +J d Uf lHH, 1994.



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Hl d+lUJ UH3dJ; U3JJU. lUl, JUl flJ lHw HlU3 HU,
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UJUl-d U H; +J +l8U lHw. U5l+J, H8 lfJlHl, 1976.

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dI 8l +lB. nlH3HJ, JUl U3J lHw Hlf lHw, 2000.

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nHJ-dU Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl HUJH. nlH3HJ, UJ8J 8llH+,
1969.

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HH-Hl; Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl. nlH3HJ, lH 8d dl, 1973.


nHJ lHw
lJJU-lJfJ; Hlf UHHH l3 Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl. nlH3HJ,
nlH3 H3d J5J, 1978.


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Ud HJ3 nd UJH; UHHH l3 Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl HUJH U
300f dH U3Hf HH lUJ H dH HUJ f U+Jl
HJUHl. HUJ, lUJ H dH, 1967.

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UHH nf3J. nlH3HJ, JUl U3J lHw Hlf lHw, 1932.

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UHHH l3 +J +l8U lHw. U5l+J, +J +l8U lHw EU5H, 1967.
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* nU, 8Jd3 lHw
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Hlf +J +l8U lHw Hl, UnJ JlHUJ lHw HUUf n3 nHJ lHw.
nlH3HJ, lH 8d dl, H..

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J J+f3; Hlfl +J +l8U lHw Hl. HUJ, lU 8d dl, 1973.


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H Hl. nlH3HJ, lH 8d dl, 1972.

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Hlf-l833; Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl. nlH3HJ, lHw 8UJH, 1967.

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Ul H Hl (+JJ3H), HUd lnJ lHw UH. ln,
d, 1983.

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HHlUl, H..

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Hlf Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl. nlH3HJ, +JHl3 HlU3 Jf, 1950.

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63
HlJUJ dJ
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HVl, 3H lHw
Hlf-dH Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl. nlH3HJ, +J8Il H3d,
1966.

HVl, 3H lHw
flU3 Hlf; Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl. nlH3HJ, JUl U3J lHw Hlf
lHw, 1976.

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lHw Hlf lHw, H..

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UJ8H lHw
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EU5H, 1966.

UlJJH lHw
UH-+J J3fl. nlH3HJ, Hl3H dH, 1975.

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lUH Ul fJ; lUH J+U3l. lUnI, UJ 8d H, H..

UJl lHw
HH Hl; +J +l8U lHw, +U l8H Hdl3. nlH3HJ, nU +H,
1894.


* dU-JHHl; Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl. nlH3HJ, U lHw dJ3J lHw, H..


dHfl, H. nH.
+J +l8U lHw Hl; Hlf 3 UUH. n8, dH 8d, H..

64
dJ3J lHw
Hlf dU Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl. nlH3HJ, d, 1935.

dJ3J lHw
Hlf dU Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl. lUnI, UJ 8d H, 1979.

* dJH lHw
H +J lUl3UH. ln, UJ8J lHw HU lHw, H..

* dHfln, dJ3J lHw
Hl d+lUJ UJH. nlH3HJ, d, H..

dHfln, dJ3J lHw
Hl +J UHHH dH. nlH3HJ, JUl U lHw dJ3J lHw, H..

dHfln, dJ3J lHw
Hl UH UH dH; lHH lfU Hl +J +l8U lHw HlU8 Hl U nf3J
UJ 3 H3l H3 HHUI 3d HJ l833 UJH U. nlH3HJ, HfUJ
lHw ld lHw, H..

d lHw J
H Hlf; Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl. J, d, H..

* d lHw J
+JH8U J3dJ; HU dH. ln, JH lfJ+ H8, 1960.

dlUJ lHw
+Jl8H 3HUl 10, HUd HHHJ lHw nHd. ln, H8l
lfJlHl, 1968.

dHJl, +J8H lHw
HJ+l lUJ nJU3 Hl +J d+lUJ Hl U Hf lfU UJH.
ln, lJH lHw, H..

* dHJ lHw
8Hfl d UHH 3HUln d, H..

dU, ldH UU
UH lUU dH H+3 H nU (Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl). nlH3HJ, fl
dH, 1999.

dUl, d lHw
Ul H Hl. HUJ, d. n5 dl, 1986.
65

* dHd, JH HJ
d+lUJ Hl +J +l8U lHw. UJ, H8 Hd HUl l5, 1930.

dlHH, HfJ lHw
+J dln Hln, HUd lnJ lHw UH. nlH3HJ, lHw 8UJH,
2008.
l+n lHw
Hl UHHH UJH. nlH3HJ, 8 lHw 3 lHw, H..

l+n lHw
Hlf dU; +J +l8U lHw Hl. nlH3HJ, 8 lHw 3 lHw, H..

l+, HlUUJ dJ
+J HlU +U, 3lH n5lH. fl lUl, lUH 8lHJH, 1992.

l+, HlUUJ dJ, H.
UJH-HJl3; H3 HUJl Hl, UH n5lH. fl lUl, lfH 8lHJH,
1998.

+J8H lHw
H Hl; HlU8 Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl HUJH. nlH3HJ, JUl U3J
lHw Hlf lHw, H..

* +J8H lHw
lH UJH. nlH3HJ, HfJ HlU3 8ldHH, 1961.

* +J8H lHw
JH H 3 UJ . nlH3HJ, l3 +J H, 1962.

* +J8H lHw
3HUl UHfl; H Hl. nlH3HJ, 8 lHw 3 lHw, 1962.

*
+J +l8U lHw. lHwJ, lH lHHJl d HHlUl, 1941.


+ lHw
+J +l8U lHw. fl lUl, H 8d JH, 1966.


+l8U lHw; +J dU JHHl. nlH3HJ, 3 lHw HUJ lHw, H..

66
* ++ lHw
d+lUJ U HUJ. nlH3HJ, d, H..

* +5 lHw
lH lUl3UH 8J, UH n5lH. UJ, UJ 8 d H, 1946.

* UdJUJl, 8HJ
UHHH HlUH. nlH3HJ, ldJ lHw 88lJ lHw, H..

ls8J, dHJ lHw
8HflH; UH 3HUln d, HUd lnJ lHw UH. nlH3HJ,
lHw 8UJH, 2005.

* HHf3 lHw
UH +J. nlH3HJ, HHIl +JUnJ 8Ud dHl, H..


HHHl UHH 3HU d+lUJ Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl. nlH3HJ, U3 lHw Hlf
lHw, H..

Hlf lHw
Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl. nlH3HJ, HHJ HH3, 1957.

* Hl+UJ lHw
8lU3J dU; Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl. lUl, H8l lJJl HHlUl,
1965.

Hl+UJ lHw
fU fU +l8U lHw n +J U. fl lUl, HUJ HJ dH,
1988.

* HU lHw
Hl d+lUJ UH. nlH3HJ, n3H lHw, 1913.

* HU lHw
HU8l Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl HUJH; UHfl 3HUl U Hlf
l8J33. UJ, H3 lHw, 1904.

HUJ, HlJUJ lHw
Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl. lUl, Hl dH, 2004.



67
H+ lHw (l+nl)
+J J Uln ndU dUIln. lUnI, H8l JUlJH dnJlf
HHlUl, 2000.

dJ lHw (l+nl)
HUlU l8H Hl +J +l8 U lHw Hl U Hl H3 +HJl Hl n3 UJ
HlU8HlUn Ul HUlUl dU. nlH3HJ, HHJ lU lHw l+nl,
1972.

l3U lHw
H Hlf +J +l8U lHw. lUl, +JUnJ 8Ud dHl, 1968.

3lJ, lfU3 lHw
Hl UHHH UJH. nlH3HJ, Hl3 f3l, 1973.

3Hl, lUUJHl3 lHw
H3 lHUl (+J +l8U lHw). dJ, lJUH, 1971.

* 3H lHw
UHH +J. nlH3HJ, U H Ulf, H..

UlUn lHw
H Hl 3HUl 10, UnJ UlUn lHw n3 HwJ lHw. nlH3HJ,
fHlJ lUU H, 1890.


* UHH Hl3+J U Hlf l8J33 nJU3 H 3fJl +J H. nlH3HJ, lJH
lHw, H..


* UHH +J H dH. nlH3HJ, 8U lHw, 1920.


* UHHH nUJH. HUJ, +JJ8 d HHlUl, H..


U3, lnJ lHw
HlU8 Hl +J +l8U lH w. lUl, H 8d H, H..

Ulf lHw
UHH +J; Hlf 3 HHln3. nlH3HJ, EdlJ lHw n5 HH, 1967.


68
Ulf lHw
UHH +J; Hlf 3 HHln3. lUnI, UJ 8 d H, 1968.

* UJJ lHw
JHJl l3; Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl. lUl, UJ8H lHw HUf lHw,
H..

UlnJ, +J8U lHw
+J J3 H nJU3 H Hl. ln, H8l lfJlHl, 1985.

JI lHw (l+nl)
Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl U Hlf UlJ3; Hl 8lU3 d Hld. nlH3HJ,
HfUJ lHw ld lHw, H..

lU lHw
Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl JlU3 H Hl U Jlf3 Hln. nlH3HJ, HUJ
lHw n5 HH, H..

dl, HHf3 lHw
f5 HlU8HlUn Ul nU3l HUU3. ln, HUl J+ l8+5
lUJH, H..

UH, lnJ lHw
+l8U H+J; Hl UHHH Hl Ul HHln3 3 lHln U HJ8+l nlUn.
ln, dH HlUJ, 2000.

UH, lnJ lHw
UJ HlU8HU. nlH3HJ, lHw 8UJH, 2004.

UH, lnJ lHw, H.
Ul H Hl. nlH3HJ, lHw 8UJH, 2007.

JdJ, JH, H.
UHHH UJH. lUl, H 8d H, 1967.

l3H lHw, H.
Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl. lUnI, H8l HlU3 nd5Hl, H..

* H lHw (H3JI)
UHH Hl3+J Ul dU. nlH3HJ, fHlJ lUU H, H..

* H lHw (l+nl)
3fJl UH +J HlU8. nlH3HJ, UJJH lHw UJUJ lHw, H..
69

, nlH3
+J +l8U lHw; Hlf 3 8Il. HHI, H+H 8ldHH, 2005.

J lHw
UH +J UJH. ln, H8l lfJlHl, 1999.

8UHH+UlH lHw
+J +l8U lHw; Hlf n3 HUH. nlH3HJ, flJH HU UU5H,
1999.

l8H Hd3 3U UJH HH3; Hl +J +l8U lHw HlU8 Hl Ul HH Hl n3 Hl
Hfd, Hln lHH lfU 100 Hl Jl UJH U. nlH3HJ, JUl
+JlU3 lHw HUI lHw, 1922.

* l8H lHw (l+nl)
Hl d+lUJ UH. UJ, U lHw Jln, 1913.

8Ul, +IH lHw
Hl +J UHH l H3l. nlH3HJ, fHlJ lUU H, 1897.

* HU lHw
Hlf Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl. nlH3HJ, H8 JHl+ UUH,
H..

HlU3, 3 lHw
H Hl Hld. nlH3HJ, +JH3 H, 1958.

HlU3, 3 lHw, n.
H Hl Hld, 3lH n5lH. nlH3HJ, JUl U3J lHw Hlf lHw,
2000.

HlHd, HHl
lfHf H3; Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl. lUl, Hfd HlU3 Jf, 1968.

H lHw
HlU8 dH; Hlf 8J33 +J +l8U lHw Hl HUJH. fl lUl,
HHJfJ 8ldHH, 1967.

HdlE, HdH nJUJ
lH UJH, +J HlU8, lf3J JUf n3 JUdJ; Hl +J +l8U
lHw Hl Ul Hlf dU, nfUd UJH lHw, J. 5. ln, H8l
lfJlHl, 1997.
70
JI8lJ
+ JH; UHHH l3 HlU8 Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl HUJH Ul Hlf
dU, nfUd J+f lHw dH. nlH3HJ, lHw 8UJH, 1978.

JlU, U3
HHHl +J +l8U lHw. 1904.

JU, HH8lJ lHw
UJ HlU8HU. nlH3HJ, Hlf lHw, 2002.

JU, U3
HlU8 dH; +J +l8U lHw Hl. nlH3HJ, +JHl3 HlU3 UJl8
H, 2007.


JU, U3
HU8l +J +l8U lHw Hl; Hf UHJl HlU8 dH +J +l8U lHw
Hl. nlH3HJ, JUl U3J lHw Hlf lHw, 2007.

JH, dJH lHw
nH +8J; +J +l8U lHw. ln, JH lfJ+, H8. 2000.

JH dlUJ
+J J3 H nJU3 H Hl, HUd +J8U lHw UlnJ. ln,
H8l lfJlHl, 1985.

* JUf, nH. nH.
HlUJ HUJ; Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl. nlH3HJ, l+nl UJ lHw
+HJf, 1952.

lHw
Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl Ul HwJH l3l 3 Hlf H. fl lUl, Hl +J
lHw HJ H38Ul dHl, H..

lHw
Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl Ul l3 H H 8JHl Ul U nJU3 Hl +J
UHHH UJH. HJU (lUnI), +JHl3 UJd H Ulf,
1966.

lHw (l+nl)
Hl +J UHHH UJH. lUnI, +JHl3 UJd H Ulf, 1966.


71
* lfH lHw
HH Hl Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl. UJ, d, 1906.


lflUnJUl, UlfUJ lHw, H.
Hl +J +l8U lHw nlJU. nlH3HJ, +J d Uf lfJlHl,
1983.

flJ lHw
Hl d+lUJ UH3dJ nJU3 Hlf HlU8 Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl.
nlH3HJ, fHlJ lUU H, 1931.

flJ lHw
Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl U lf3J Hlf lfU d UH3dJ. fl lUl,
JUl flJ lHw HlU3 HU, 2010.

flJ lHw
+J 8H Hln Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl. fl lUl, JUl flJ lHw
HlU3 HU, 2012.

flJ lHw
Hl d+lUJ UH3dJ J8JU nJU3 Hlf UlJ3 HlU8 Hl +J +l8U
lHw Hl. nlH3HJ, H HHUJ, 1969.

flJ lHw
Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl Uln +J 8H Hln. n lH3HJ, H
HHUJ, 1970.

* HJ lHw (l+nl)
U+ 3+ U Hd. Jfl5l, H H, H..

* HJ lHw (l+nl)
UJH U s3J nJU3 Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl U Hlf l8J33.
nlH3HJ, d, H..


UJHld lfUJ UJHld lfUJ UJHld lfUJ UJHld lfUJ


n lHw
UJHld U; +J +l8U lHw. ln, JI dH, 1999.


72
l+, l3H lHw
Hl +J +l8U lHw; lUd UJHld nlUn. HUJ, lU 8d dl,
1967.


dIfl, Ul, H.
dFlUJ HlUH. nlH3HJ, lHw 8UJH, 2000.


lHlnf lHlnf lHlnf lHlnf


nlH3 dJ
UHH +J 8Il HUJ. ln, H8l lfJlHl, 1999.

H+l, J3 lHw
+J-HUH. nlH3HJ, lHw 8UJH, 2000.

* 3H lHw (l+nl), Hd dJ3
UHHH UUH. nlH3HJ, 3H lHw, 1931.

8lfUJ lHw
dFlUJ Hl U 52 8U. nlH3HJ, lHw 8UJH, 2008.



UHH + U HlU8 UHH + U HlU8 UHH + U HlU8 UHH + U HlU8



Hl +J +U HlU8 3HUl 10 nJU3 UHH +U. UJ, lflU H, H..


HlU8 lHw
nU UHH +J l+J dHd +U., H..

Hf lHw, H.
UHH +U Ul UIfl 8Il. fl lUl, H 8d JH, 1998.

* HUI lHw
Hl UHd H3lH+. nlH3HJ, H d HHlUl, 1944.


73
H3 lHw
UHH +U lfU UlJ3. U5l+J, d, 1973.

UlJJH lHw
UHH +U 8J UIf . U5l+J, HHJ HJ lJUJ lHw, 1996.

UlJ lHw, lddJ
UHH +J8Il Hld. lUnI, +JHl3 UJd H Ulf, H..

* H+l, J3 lHw
UHH +U U JlId nlUn. H UJ, lU 8d dl, 1965.

H+l, J3 lHw
UHH +U lJU. fl lUl, +l8U HU lUHllUU, 1990.

H+l, J3 lHw, H.
Hl UHH-+U HlU8; -HU n3 lfnln, HUd J3 lHw H+l
n3 +JHJ lHw H+l. fl lUl, +l8U HU, 2007.

3J lHw
UHH +U; J 3 JH. U5l+J, +J +l8U lHw UU5H, 1967.



33l Hf Hld. nlH3HJ, J lHw, H..


UH +Ul. nlH3HJ, 8 lHw 3 lHw, H..


UHH Hl +J +U HlU8 Hl; U sU 3 f HlU3. HUl UHl. nlH3HJ, JUl
HfUJ lHw ld lHw, 1956.


UHH +J8Il 3 Hl +J +U HlU8 Hl 3U UHH +J 3 8dl +J HlU8 H8Ul
+J8Il Ul Hl +J +U HlU8 Hl lfU nJU3. H, dJH HUd U
U H HU, 1930.


Ulf lHw
UHH +J; Hlf 3 HHln3. nlH3HJ, UdlJ lHw n5 HH, 1967.


74
* JlUI lHw (l+nl), H.
UHH +J +U HlU8. UJ, U3J lHw, 1937.

JI lHw
UHH Hl +U HlU8 Hld lfU HEJH : 10 Hld; UnJU 3
JfJU HlU3. nlH3HJ, JUl 8 lHw, H..

JI lHw, lddJ
Hl UHH +U HlU8 Hld. lU 3 UH J+. nlH3HJ, JUl 8
lHw 3 lHw, H..

UH, lnJ lHw
UHH +U UJH. ln, dH HlUJ, 2008.

8n3 dJ
lUU HUlJ HH dl H 3H; Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl UnJ JlU3 UHH
+U HlU8 lfU Hdl3 U 8JU HU. lUl, nJHl 8lHJH, 1999.

JJ3l, nHJ
UHH +U lfU d5ll 33. lUl, lH, 1998.

JI lHw, H.
UHH +U lJI nJU3 UHH 3HUl Hl U d lHU UHH +U Ul
8Il U dH nHJ lJI 3 lfUJ. nlH3HJ, +JH3 H, H..

J3 lHw
UHH +U; H lJlI. ln, +J d U f lHH, 1999.

lHw, H.
UIfl 8Il; UHH-+U. U5l+J, +J +l8U lHw EU5H, 1987.

* lHw (l+nl)
dH Hl UHH +U. H+JJ, Hd H3d J5J, 1949.

* HJ lHw
UHHH UJI 3 Hl UHH +U Ul dHl. 3J 3J, lH d HHlUl,
H..





75
H HlU8 H HlU8 H HlU8 H HlU8



HlU8 lHw
H HlU8, HfUlU, UUl Hld. nlH3HJ, lHw 8UJH, H..

HVl, UHJ lHw
H lfnln. lUnI, UJ 8d H, H..


UlJUH lHw, H.
8Il-H HlU8, H..

H+lJ lHw
H lffU. lUl, J8l dH, 1986.

* HU lHw, H.
HfUlU. lUnI, U J 8d H, 1953.

H+l, J3 lHw
H HlU8 U +Jf. fl lUl, +l8U HU, 1999.

* JI lHw, n.
H HlU8 3 nd UH33. nlH3HJ, 8 lHw 3 lHw, H..

JI lHw (l+nl), lddJ
dU H HlU8. nlH3HJ, 8 lHw 3 lHw, H..

JI lHw (l+nl), lddJ
H HlU8 Hld. nlH3HJ, JUl 8 lHw 3 lHw, H..

8UHH+UlH lHw
H HlU8; n3 8U, HUd JH8lJ dJ. nlH3HJ, flJH HU
EU5H, 2007.

8dJ lHw, H.
Hl H 8Iln 3HUl 10 JlU3 H HlU8, H8U UHJ, dl88U
UUl, 33 Hf, HEJH, nd UH3l3 n3 U5l Ul fJ (, 3d-
33dJ, ndHlId 3 d H). ln, H8l lfJlHl, 1998.



76
* l8H lHw (l+nl), H.
Hl H HlU8, UHJ U H8U, 33 HfUlU. HUJ, UH Hfd 8d UHHl,
H..

l8H lHw, lddJ
H HlU8 Hld. HUJ, UH Hfd 8d UHHl, H..

HlU3, +JUJ lHw
H HlU8. HUJJ, UHHH UJ HJ, 2003.

JHl3 dJ
H HlU8; n3 fU. nlH3HJ, Jfl HlU3 dH, 2004.

U5l Ul fJ U5l Ul fJ U5l Ul fJ U5l Ul fJ



UJ8H lHw, H.
U5l Ul fJ. HUJ, HUJ 8d l5, 1979.

d lHw J, lddJ
U5l Ul fJ. JIl HlU8 (lUnI), HUJl UJ8J, 1992.

dUl dJ, lddJ
U5l Ul fJ. fl lUl, d, H..

df3 lHw
U5l Ul fJ; 3 lfHHI. nlH3HJ, Jfl HlU3 dH. 2012.

dUl, df3 dJ
U5l Ul fJ U HlU3d nlUn. lUnI, U J 8d H, 1981.

+JUJ lHw
U5l Ul fJ; lUd nU3lHd nlUn. ln, H 8d l5,
1973.

H+Hl3 lHw, H.
fJ Hl J+U3l Hl. U5l+J, HlU3 H+H, 1968.

3J lHw (nHI)
fJ Hl J+U3l Hl dl; lUd nlUn. lU5, UHl HlU3 dH,
2004.

77
lU lHw
U5l Ul fJ Hld. nlH3HJ, H 8UJH, H..

JlHUJ lHw, H.
U5l Ul fJ; Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl, HUd JlHUJ lHw n3 ldJ
lHw dH. lUnI, UJ 8d H, 1951.

l3 lHw, H.
fJ Hl J+U3l Hl dl; UUld, 3 lfnln. ln, HlH3l
J +3, 2005.


* l8H lHw (l+nl)
UJ+ 8U. nlH3HJ, JUl U3J lHw Hlf lHw, 1910.

* l8H lHw (l+nl), H.
U5l UlJ3 n3 U5l Ul fJ Hld. HUJ, UJl lHw, H..

8Ul, d lHw
fJ Hl J+U3l Hl dl. fl lUl, H8l 8d HJ, 1965.

JUl, +JUJ lHw, H.
U5l Ul fJ. nlH3HJ, U3 H8 dH lfJ+, 1975.

J+, lnJ lHw, H.
U5l Ul fJ (Hl J+U3l Hl dl fJ). HUJ, U3 JU n5 HH,
H..

HJH, Hl. n. H.
U5l Ul fJ. nlH3HJ, HUJ 8d l5, 1986.


8lU 8lU 8lU 8lU3 d 3 d 3 d 3 d


HJ lHw
+JJ8dH nJU3 Hl Hfd 8lU3 d lfU HHJ J nUI Ul
dU U ld. nlH3HJ, Hl +JH3 H, 1908.

H. l. H+3 lHw, lddJ
8lU3 d Hld. nlH3HJ, lHw 8UJH, 1991.


78
3H lHw, lddJ
8lU3 d Hld. nlH3HJ, lH 8d dl, H..

JI lHw, lddJ
8lU3 d Hld; Hl UHH +U HlU8 Hl lfU Hl +J +l8U lHw Hl
HUJH Ul lf3 8Il. nlH3HJ, JUl U3J lHw Hlf lHw, H..

l8H lHw, lddJ
Hl 8lU3 d Hld. nlH3HJ, HfUJ lHw ld lHw, H..

l8H lHw, lddJ
Hld 8lU3 d. nlH3HJ, fHlJ lUU H, 1912.

8n3 dJ
8lU3 d; lUd nJf ld3l. fl lUl, lfH 8ldHH, 1999.


nd UH3l3 nd UH3l3 nd UH3l3 nd UH3l3


UJ8H lHw, lddJ
nd UH3l3 lJI. HUJ, HUJ 8d l5, 1972.

* l8H lHw (l+nl), n.
nd UH33 Hld. n lH3HJ, JUl U3J lHw Hlf lHw, H..

HlU3, +JUJ lHw
nd UH3l3. HUJJ, UHHH UJ HJ, 2003.


HUJH n3 E3lUH HUJH n3 E3lUH HUJH n3 E3lUH HUJH n3 E3lUH


* nHlJ lHw, Hd dJ3
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* nHU, nf3J lHw, n.
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gu{ goibd isNh. qIsrw sNkrx. kwSI, lmI nwrwXx pYs, 1926.


vyxIpswd
gu{ goibNdisNh. pWcvwN sNkrx. kwSI, kwSI nwgrI pcwirxI sBw, q.n.


* Smw, ndikSor
is#KoN kw aQwn AOr pqn ; AQwq` is#KoN kw sNiq eiqhws. cOQw sNkrx.
kwSI, nwgrI pcwirxI sBw, 1947.


* Smw, rwm bw
gu{ goibd isNh. lhirXw srwX, ihd puqk B&fwr, q.n.


shgl, pisnI
gu{ goibd isNh AOr ankw kwX. lKn, ihdI swihX, 1995.


isK gu{AoN kI ihdI-swihX ko dyn. pitXwlw, Bww ivBwg pNjwb, 1987.



isNglw, mmqw
gu{ goivd isNh ky kwX myN jwqIX sNG. idlI, sNjX pkwSn, 2005.


sIql, sohx isNh
mwnvqw ky gu{ ; gu{ goibd isNh jI. luiDXwnw, lyKk, 1967.


su#Kw isNh
gu{ iblws, sNpwdk jX Bgvwn goXl. pitXwlw, Bww ivBwg pNjwb, 1970.

suBw cd
gu{ goivd isNh. idlI, gNgw pkwSn, 2000.


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hrbNs isNh
gu{ goibd isNh, Anuvwdk dyvyd sXwQI. c&fIgF, gu{ goibd isNh PwaNfySn,
1966.


hrbNs isNh
gu{ goivd isNh, Anuvwdk Asd jYdI. ne idlI, rwDwkx pkwSn, 1980.


hrbNs isNh
I gu{ goivd isNh - Bgvq`-pwd-jIvnyiqvqm, Anuvwdk uiqkwq Smw. cNfIgV,
gu{ goibd isNh PwNfySn`, 1966.


hNs, adXBwnu
sNq-ispwhI. pitXwlw, pNjwbI XuinvistI, 1986.





jI jI jI jIvn vn vn vn- -- -cirZ cirZ cirZ cirZ

* kOSl, rwmv{p
ds gu{. lwhOr, dI pNjwb kUl slwe ifpo, 1929.


* jsvNq isNh
gu{ goibd isNh jI kw jIvn cirZ. mQurw, lyKk, 1935.


* jsvNq isNh
I gu{ goibd isNh jI kw sNiq jIvn cirZ AOr Amq vwxI. mQurw, dI Xunweitf
is#K imSnrI soswetI, 1938.


nwrwXx, B#q, sNpw.
gu{ goibd isNh : jIvn AOr dSn. idlI, smwg pkwSn, 1969.


102
* prmwnd
gu{ goibd isNh jI kw jIvn cirZ. lKn, nvl ikSor pYs, 1904.


Bwrwj, srlw
gu{ goibd isNh AOr ankI kQw ; ivicZ nwtk. jwlDr, pNjwb ihdI swihX,
1998.


mwn, zwn isNh
I gu{ goibNd isNh jI : jIvn EvN dSn. ne idlI, #lwiskl piliSNg kNpnI,
2011.

* vwjpyXI, AoNkwrnwQ
gu{ goibd isNh. pXwg, Nkwr pYs, 1927.


sXvlSwZI
gu{ goibd isNh cirqm`. pitXwlw, I gu{ goibd isNh piqTwnm`, 1967.


sprw, mohn, sNpw.
gu{ goibd isNh ; jIvnI. jwlDr, EiSXn pilSj, 1969.

* sudr isNh
I gu{ goibd isNh jI kw sNiq eiqhws. lKn, lyKk, 1927.

synwpiq
gu{ SoBw ; gu{ goibNd isNh ky jIvn pr AwDwirq pbD-kwX sNpwdk jX Bgvwn
goXl. cNfIgF, pNjwb XUinvistI, q.n.

dSm gNQ dSm gNQ dSm gNQ dSm gNQ swihb swihb swihb swihb

kpUr, nvrn, ilipkwr
rwmwvqwr. pitXwlw, Bww ivBwg, pNjwb, q.n.

guq, pUnm
kxwvqwr kw sOdX-dSn. idlI, sNjX pkwSn, 2008.


103
guqw, ivmlw
dSm gNQ myN vIr rs. srihd, jYn sNj pilSj, 1991.

ckvqI, ed isNh, sNpwdk AOr tIkwkwr
goivd rwmwXx. bnwrs, swihX rn-mwlw kwXwlX, 1953.

qnyjw, ivnod
I gu{ goibd isNh jI qQw dSm gQ ; ivivD AwXwm. Amqsr, ivBor pkwSn,
2000.
Bwrwj, Aom pkwS
dSmgQwqgq rwmwvqwr qQw kxwvqwr kw kwX-SwZIX AXXn. c&fIgF,
Bww ivBwg pNjwb, 1978.

isNh, joD, Anu.
I dsm gu{gNQ swihb jI. lKn, Buvn vwxI tt, pQm sYNcI, 1973.

cNfI kI vwr cNfI kI vwr cNfI kI vwr cNfI kI vwr
AompkwS
cNfI-cirZ ; ai#q ivlws. ne idlI, nySnl piliSNg hwas, 1979.

* Knw, rwmXwrI, sNpw.
cfI cirZ. Amqsr, lyKk, 1941.

goibd isNh, gu{
gu{ ai#q iblws ; dugw swqSqI kw vqZ Anuvwd. idlI, vwXur dws, 1927.

ivicZ nwtk ivicZ nwtk ivicZ nwtk ivicZ nwtk

goibd isNh, gu{
ivicZ nwtk. Amqsr, iSromix gu{wrw pbDk kmytI, q.n.

* lwjvqI, rwmkx, Anu.
bicZ nwtk. ne idlI, Xu iltrycr, 1961.

Smw, AoNpkwS, sNpw.
ivicZ nwtk. idlI, smwg pkwSn, 1977.



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jP rnwmw jP rnwmw jP rnwmw jP rnwmw
Dmyd nwQ, Anu.
jPrnwmw ivjXpZm`. jXpur, AiKl BwrqIX BwwpIT pkwSn, 1967.

nrYx isNG, tIkwkwr
jPrnwmw stIk ; pwiqSwhI 10. Amqsr, Bwe cqr isNG jIvn isNG, 1998.
, , , ,

AxIrwX
jNgnwmw gu{ goibd isNh : Dm Xo,i gu{ goibd isNh jI ky jIvn pr AwDwirq vIr
kwX, sNpwdk jXBgvwn goXl. cNfIgF, pNjwb ivvivwlX, q.n.

Kwl Kwl Kwl Kwlsw sw sw sw

Agvwl, vIxw
gu{ goibd isNh AOr Kwlsw pNQ kI Qwpnw. ne idlI, ky.ky. pilkySs,
2000.
Alg, s}p isNh
Kwlsy kI isrjnw ; Ek vrdwn. dUsrw sNkrx. luiDXwnw, lyKk, 1999.

kpUr, nvrn
Kwlsw pNQ ivkws XwZw AOr mwnv-ihqYI AwdS. pitXwlw, ivnX cNd kpUr,
2003.

gu{wrw gu{wrw gu{wrw gu{wrw


bgyl isNh
I hymku&t swihb, Anuvwdk hrmhyd isNh bydI. luiDXwnw, pNjwbI rwets
koAwpryitv soswetI, 1989.





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General Work

Ram Saroop Singh
Kalgidhar Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Lahore, The Panjab School, 1930.


Biographies

Mehta, Anand Kishore
Ba-tasvir swaneh-i-umri; Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Lahore, Raman and Co., 1924.

Paigamber-e-Azam; Sri Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj. Amritsar, Bhai Mehar Singh Pratap Singh, 1932.


Rai, Daulat
Swaneh-i-umri; Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Lahore, Tazirane Kutab Publishers, 1910.


Tarikh-i-Punjab; Guru Nanak Dev ke agaaz se Guru Gobind Singh Ji ke vafaad tak. s.l., s.n., n.d.


Wahid Hussain (Giani)
Guru Gobind Singh ke bachon ka katal. Qadian, Maktaba Ahmadiya, n.d.



Zafarnama
Arif, Khushi Ram
Bostane Jung; Zafarnama. Lahore, Tazirane Kutab Publishers, n.d.


Chirag-Ud-Din
Zafarnama Pothi. Lahore, Mustfa Press, 1900.



Khalsa

Gian Singh (Giani)
Tawarikh Guru Khalsa. Amritsar, Wazir Hind Press, 1913.


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Theses and Dissertations

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English Thesis

Parminder Singh
Historical analysis of Gurbilas Patshahi 10 by Koer Singh. 2008.


English Dissertation

Tuckar, Charanjit Singh
The concept of political philosophy of Guru Gobind Singh Ji. 1978.


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HHU lHw
UHH +U lfU lHU J3JI; J 3 nJU U lU lfl+nd lfHHI, 1994.

HlfUJ lHw
+J l8H 3HUl 10; HU n3 nU, 1993.

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UHH +U Ul H8U 8I3J, 2008.

JHl8UJ lHw
H8l dflHJl lfU lH +J HlU8 8J H +; HlJnUJd nlUn, 2001.


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UU, J3 lHw
U5l Ul fJ lfU ndJ, 1972.

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