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Kamalroop Singh, MPhil, PhD
The author has an MPhil in Sikh studies from Birmingham University. He has completed his PhD on the textual history of the Sri Dasam Granth Sahib. This groundbreaking work examines previously unknown manuscripts and historical sources, showing how the Sri Dasam Granth was created and compiled. He has undertaken field-work locating some of the earliest recensions of the Sri Dasam Granth Sahib.
Kamalroop Singh has given many lectures and seminars internationally and throughout the UK. Some of his recent lectures included a talk at Oxford University, 'The liturgy and praxis of the Dasam Granth', and 'A discussion of the Scriptures of Guru Gobind Singh in relation to Sikh history and praxis' at the Punjab Research Group (2008). He has also worked closely with museum curators in the area of Sikh manuscripts. The author is working on various projects, including a critical examination of the Sarabloh Granth.
Since 1997, he takes annual leave to spend time researching in India. He has spent time with traditional orders like the Shromani Khalsa Panth Akali Buddha Dal Panjva Takht Chalda Vahir - commonly known as the Nihang Singhs.