Who is a Sikh?: The Problem of Sikh Identity

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Oxford University Press, 2002 - Religion - 140 pages
This book surveys the history of the Sikh people, showing how various circumstances influenced the criteria by which people could be identified as Sikhs. McLeod concludes by asking and answering the question presented in the title, the response to which is of relevance to Sikhs all over the world.

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W.H. McLeod is at University of Otago.

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