Sikh children in Britain

by Alan James

Publisher: published for the Institute of Race Relations by Oxford University Press in London, New York

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  • Sikhs in England,
  • Children -- England

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. [105]-113.

Statement[by] Alan G. James.
ContributionsInstitute of Race Relations.
LC ClassificationsDA125.S5 J35
The Physical Object
Pagination117 p.
Number of Pages117
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5095394M
ISBN 100192184091
LC Control Number74167109

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In the introduction, the author traces a brief history of Sikhism and Sikh kingdom of Maharaja Ranjit Singh. According to author, "The first Sikh in Britain, Maharaja Duleep Singh, made a symbolic impact on British society when he arrived in Looked upon as an adopted son by Queen Victoria, his children became the Queen's godchildren.

Sikh children in Britain. London, New York, published for the Institute of Race Relations by Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Alan James; Institute of Race Relations.

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Britain has a Hindu population of overmany of whom are British born children. Based on a five year research project this study shows the diversity of their religious and ethnic backgrounds and their experience.

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