GURU NANAK – ELEANOR NESBITT, GOPINDER KAUR
From August 7 -11, 2019, the University of Birmingham is hosting a major 5-day event to celebrate Guru Nanak’s 550th birthday – see: https://uk550.co.uk
The ebook is being launched at the above event, organised by Guru Nanak Nishkam Sewak Jatha and hosted by the University of Birmingham.
softcover – $10.95 / ebook – $5.95
Now available in ebook format, this award-winning title brings together diverse artwork, images and themed reflections to introduce the life of Guru Nanak. An ideal study resource on the Sikh faith for high school students and adults, it also makes an ideal gift for 2019, as Sikhs around the world mark Guru Nanak’s 550th birthday.
Winner of the Shap Award 2000 for ‘making an outstanding contribution to the teaching of world religions’
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