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Religious History Of Early Medieval Punjab - Book By Sukhninder Kaur Dhillon
From The Frontcover Of 'Religious History Of Early Medieval Punjab' By Sukhninder Kaur Dhillon
Religious History of Early Medieval Punjab is an entirely fascinating account of just such a moment in history where three of the world's major religions vied with each other for supremacy in the Indian mind. A host of minor religions, sects and cults in addition have made Punjab of the 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th centuries the ideal region for exactly this kind of exploratory work.
Sukhninder Kaur's tracing of the evolution, growth and decline of different faiths in the Punjab covers Buddhism, Jainism, Vaisnavism and Saivism, Saktism, Tantra and Islam, a wounderful instance of a civilisation actively in search of unity with the Absolute.
The historical personages connected with the religions in North India are in themselves interesting reading material.
About The Author Of The Book 'Religious History Of Early Medieval Punjab'
Dr (Mrs) Sukhninder Kaur Dhillon obtained here Ph.D. degree from the Department of History, Punjabi University, Patiala, in 1987. At present, she is-a lecturer in the same department. She is well versed in the Sanskrit, Pali, Prakrit, Tibetan and Persian languages. She has had about a dozen research papers published on various aspects of history. At presently, she is researching on the 'Socio-Cultural History of medieval Punjab'.