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G. S. Mann
G. S. Mann
The author is an independent researcher in the area of Sikh Studies. He started his research in the Dasam Granth in the late 90's which was formulated in his dissertation, 'The role of the Dasam Granth in Khalsa' (2001). This was part of his MA in south Asian religion at De-Montfort University. This is one of the first western works on the Sikh Scripture other than C.H Loehlin (1957).
Mann has given lectures internationally and throughout the UK. His '300 years of the Dasam Granth' presentation was well recieved at the International seminar on the Sri Dasam Granth at Sacramento, California (2008). His lecture focused on the history, compilation and rare manuscripts of the Sri Dasam Granth at Sacramento, California (2008). His lecture focused on the history, compilation and rare manuscripts of the Sri Dasam Granth. The author is a regular contributor to the Sikh Panthic magazine, Sant Sipahi published in Jalander, Punjab. He has written several articles on the Sri Dasam Granth that has been received warmly. His other articles have discussed the history of the Takht Patna Sahib as well issues regarding Sikh heritage.
He has been cited in several publications and has worked with museum curators in Sikh exhibitions in the UK, as well as taking active interest in Sikh heritage and preservation issues. He is currently working on a series of books, which includes Sikh manuscripts, early English translations of Sikh works, as well as working with the co-author of this book on a comprehensive account of Sri Dasam Granth.