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  • Guru Granth Sahib (category Sikhism)
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  • Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 13 Sikhism by Ernest Reginald Hull 106595Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 13 SikhismErnest Reginald Hull The religion
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  • Brabant Sigismund Sign of the Cross Luca Signorelli Diocese of Sigüenza Sikhism Silandus Silence Silesia Siletz Indians Siloe Ven. Gonçalo Da Silveira
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  • Diocese of Poona Diocese of Quilon Prefecture Apostolic of Rajpootana Sikhism Archdiocese of Simla Diocese of Trichinopoly Vicariate Apostolic of Trichur
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  • Chief Minister Attacked for Anti-Sikh Behavior by Edolphus Towns 313032Punjab Chief Minister Attacked for Anti-Sikh BehaviorEdolphus Towns PUNJAB
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  • SGGS Page 1 (category Sikhism)
    Sri Guru Granth Sahib by Hari Singh Chapter 0 63764Sri Guru Granth Sahib — Chapter 0Hari Singh
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  • Sikhism
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  • Huntley Sigurd Sigurðsson, Jón Sigwart, Christoph Wilhelm von Sigynnae Sikh Sikhism Sikh Wars Sikkim Sila Silanion Silas Silay Silchar Silchester Silenus Silesia
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  • Stephens1888 CUNNINGHAM, JOSEPH DAVEY (1812–1851), historian of the Sikhs, eldest son of Allan Cunningham, the well-known author (1784–1842) [q. v
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  • the first Sikh War (see Sikh Wars). It was fought on the 16th of February 1846, between the British (15,000) under Sir Hugh Gough and the Sikhs (20,000)
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  • Christian faith; but of all faiths. From Judaism to Islam; Hinduism to Sikhism; there echoes a powerful call to serve our brothers and sisters. To keep
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  • ” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “Sikh,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “Sikhism,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911
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  • Sikhism
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  • notable as the centre of the Sikh religion and the site of the Golden Temple, the chief worshipping place of the Sikhs. Ram Das, the fourth guru, laid
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  • servant, whose murder at Multán by the retainers of Mulráj led to the second Sikh war and to the annexation of the Punjáb as a British province, was the second
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  • 1792 as head of the Sukarchakia branch of the Sikh confederacy. By birth he was only one of many Sikh barons and owed his rapid rise entirely to force
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  • Hinduism, and Buddhism were synthesized by Nanak and his followers into Sikhism, one of the most advanced religions of Asia. The future of Urantia will
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  • commanded a division of the army under Sir Hugh Gough [q. v.] in the first Sikh war, at the battles of Moodkee and Ferozeshah in December 1845, and at Sobraon
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  • Confucianism BL1899-1942.85 Taoism BL2000-2032 India BL2017-2018.7 Sikhism BL2195-2228 Japan BL2216-2227.8 Shinto BL2230-2240 Korea BL2390-2490
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  • the district of Jhajjar was assigned to him, and he was made warden of the Sikh marches. He now built the fort of Georgegarh, known to the natives as Jehazgarh
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