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Ernest Trumpp and W.H. McLeod as scholars of Sikh History, religion, and culture

Singh, Trilochan.

Ernest Trumpp and W.H. McLeod as scholars of Sikh History, religion, and culture

by Singh, Trilochan.

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Published by International Centre of Sikh Studies in Chandigarh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Trumpp, Ernest, 1828-1885 -- Criticism and interpretation,
  • McLeod, W. H. -- Criticism and interpretation,
  • Sikhism -- History

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTrilochan Singh.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL2017.6 .S54 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxiii, 418 p. :
    Number of Pages418
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1256014M
    LC Control Number94906188

    : Sikhs and Sikhism: comprising Gur-u N-anak and the Sikh Religion, Early Sikh Tradition, The Evolution of the Sikh Community, and Who Is a Sikh? (Oxford India Paperbacks) (): W. H. McLeod: Books1/5(1). About the Author: W. H. McLeod is a New Zealander and is Emeritus Professor at the University of Otago in Dunedin. He took an MA from the University of Otago and PhD from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London. For nine years McLeod taught in the Punjab and developed a life-long interest in the Sikhs. He returned to teach History in the University of Otago in , and since then.

    At the same time that analysis, tactful though it should be, remains essential--for it is often enough the nature of scholarship itself that is at HIS BOOK ENTITLED Ernest Trumpp and W. H. McLeod as Scholars of Sikh History, Religion and Culture, Trilochan Singh writes as follows:During my travels abroad and prolonged stay in U.K. and. beginning of Sikh Studies by the Western scholars such as Polier, Browne and Forster during the 18th Century. Further, it might be useful to see the growth of these studies by Malcom, Prinsep, Murray, Cunnigham, Lepel Griffin, Ernest Trumpp and Macauliffe during the 19th Century.

    Anne Murphy, Assistant Professor of Sikh Studies at British Columbia University is on the same bandwagon as McLeod and is adopting the same model for history writing. Literature produced by scholars, operating from the ‘ivory towers’ of Western academia have generated a storm of controversy in the academic circles. sides. Sikh Studies in North America has been under seige of one group of scholarship whose motive seem to be more political than academic. Dr Tarlochan Singh in his book “Ernest Trumpp and W.H. MeLeod: As Scholars of Sikh History, Religion and Culture” quotes on page “A reading of ‘Evolution of Sikh Community’.


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DOWNLOAD READ LATER READ NOW WRITE REVIEW. The whole Sikh community is indebted to the great scholar that wrote this book for his valuable contribution, as a parting gift, which will surely become a source book to deal with hostile critics of Sikhi like Dr.

McLeod and those Punjabi traitors associated with him. They use their lim ited knowledge of the language of oriental text as a weapon to censure and denigrate the sublime authors and subjects of their study.

Both Tmmpp and Hew McLeod approach Sikh religion, history and scriptures with pre-conceived notions and an ingrained bias and prejudice. category, the works of Dr Ernest Trumpp and Dr W.H.

McLeod belong, and it is because of this common trait of these very learned Christian missionary Scholars, their works are studied together. The author of this book has actually been working on a.

Sikh culture is believed to have been settled and unchanging from the time of the Gurus onwards. McLeod is Professor of History at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand.

He has lived for over nine years in India and is a world-renowned scholar of Sikh by: Trilochan Singh has rendered a great service to Sikhism by writing his last book titled “Ernest Trumpp and William Hewat McLoed as Scholars of Sikh History Religion and Culture”, exposing threadbare the evil intentions of Christian Missionaries, Ernest Trumpp and W.H.

McLeod and Sikh scholars of their ilk-Pashaura Singh and Dr Piar Singh who have intentionally misrepresented Sikhism.

Hew Mcleod or Professor William Hewat McLeod (2 August - 20 July ), was a prolific and highly controversial scholar, professor and author of Sikh studies who was born in New Zealand. The son of a sheep-farmer and belonging to the Presbyterian church, he had come to Punjab, the north Indian border province that has a Sikh majority population, as a Christian missionary in   One of the most readable is "Ernest Trumpp and W H McLeod - as Scholars of Sikh History, Religion and Culture" by Dr Trilochan Singh ().

Dr Trilochan Singh was fluent in Punjabi, Urdu, Persian, Sanskrit, Hindi. McLeod ( words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article National Book Organisation.

OCLC Trilochan Singh (). Ernest Trumpp and W.H. McLeod as scholars of Sikh history religion and culture. International. Add tags for "Ernest Trumpp and W.H. McLeod as scholars of Sikh History, religion, and culture".

Be the first. Ernest Trumpp (13 March – 5 April ) was a German professor of Oriental Languages at the University of Munich and a philologist. He first came to India in the s and published scholarly work on the Sindhi and other western subcontinental languages.

Thereafter, he was sought and sent to and the Punjab region (British India) to study and translate the Sikh scriptures by Christian missionaries. Dr Tarlochan Singh in his book “Ernest Trumpp and W.H. MeLeod: As Scholars of Sikh History, Religion and Culture” quotes on page “A reading of ‘Evolution of Sikh Community’ () reminded me of a white and physically attractive Bull who entered a China shop of rare curios and broke as many precious glassware as his first.

In I visited Patiala to receive best book of the year award for my late father’book,”Ernest Trumpp and ’Leod As Scholars of Sikh History, Religion and the function Dr Bhagat Singh Ji,former V.C. Oxtoby, eds. with W.H. McLeod and J.S. Grewal visiting eds. "Sikh History and Religion in the Twentieth Century." South Asian Studies, University of Toronto (, pp.

So the present book entitled, "The Construction of Religious Boundaries: Culture, Identity and Diversity in the Sikh. Hew McLeod, internationally known scholar of Sikh studies, The Sikhs, a colorful and controversial people about whom little is generally known, have been the subject of much hypothetical speculation.

Their non-conformist behavior, except to their own traditions, and their fierce independence, even to demanding autonomy, have recently attracted /5.

Sikh history (4) Sirdar Kapoor Singh (4) W.H. Mcleod (4) Wazir Singh (4) Baldev Singh (3) Balkar Singh (3) Bhai Ram Singh (3) Bhai Rattan Singh Bhangu (3) Bhai Sher Singh Ji (3) Dewan Singh (3) Dr. Balbir Singh (3) Dr. Gurnam Kaur (3) Dr. Jasbir Singh Ahluwalia (3) Dr. Jasbir Singh Sabar (3) Dr.

Madan Lal Hasija (3) Dr. Paramvir Singh (3) Fauja. I present especially critical readings of the writings of Ernest Trumpp, Max Arthur Macauliffe and W.H. McLeod and show how the Christian-Secular ideology in their interpretations of Sikh scripture permeated the language framework in which Sikhs attempted to articulate the nature of Sikhi and Sikh identity.

Four. Ernest Trumpp and W.H. McLeod as scholars of Sikh history religion and culture. International Centre of Sikh Studies. 4–5, 73, ↑ Mark Juergensmeyer (). John Stratton Hawley and Gurinder Singh Mann (ed.). Studying the Sikhs: Issues for North America.

State University of New York Press. 16– ISBN. IN HIS BOOK ENTITLED Ernest Trumpp and W. H. McLeod as Scholars of Sikh History, Religion and Cul- ture, Trilochan Singh writes as follows: During my travels abroad and prolonged stay in U.K.Ernest Trumpp and W.H.

McLeod as scholars of Sikh history religion and culture. International Centre of Sikh Studies. pp. 4–5, 73, ^ Mark Juergensmeyer (). John Stratton Hawley and Gurinder Singh Mann (ed.). Studying the Sikhs: Issues for North America.

State University of New York Press. pp. 16– ISBN   McLeod, Early Sikh Tradition; and McLeod, Guru Nanak and the Sikh Religion. In English works the Valaitvali Janam-sakhi is also referred to as the Colebrooke manuscript which was re-discovered and first published in translation in by Ernest Trumpp.

In Bhai Vir Singh published an edition that combined narratives from the.