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Bahi Jodh Singh, "The Message of the Sikh Faith"

An undated booklet titled "The Message of the Sikh Faith" written by Bahi Jodh Singh, Professor of Divinity at Khalsa College, Amritsar, edited by Teja Singh, a member of the Ghadar party. The booklet was published by the Pacific Coast Khalsa Diwan in Stockton, California. The booklet opens with a preface that explains that the Guru Nanak series of pamphlets is being published to expound to the "western world the ideal of Guru Nanak." The contents include a lengthy introduction by Teja Singh and the essay "Religion and Life as Conceived by Guru Nanak" by Bahi Jodh Singh.

The booklet contains two images: the first, a painting of Guru Nanak, the second, a photograph of the Sikh Temple on 1930-36 S. Grant Street in Stockton, California. The latter photograph is dated 1929.


Date: 1929
Subject(s): Sikhism
Language: English
Creator: Bhai Jodh Singh
Contributor: Teja Singh
Publisher: Pacific Coast Khalsa Diwan Society
Location: 1930-36 S. Grant St., Stockton, CA

Collection: Pacific Coast Khalsa Diwan Society Publications
Item History: 2011-10-31 (created); 2013-05-03 (modified)

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