The Sikhs are universally respectful and proud of their Gurus` intimate contact with eastern India representing the territories of Assam, Bengal and Orissa under British rule till 1947. The present study seeks to deal with some of the interesting issues recorded in three eastren Indian languages, namely Assames, Bengali and Oriya published over a century between the first Sikh War(1845) and the Partition of India (1947). In the process. It outlinesthe history of the sikhs and reveals how the meassage of Sikhism has been preceived in the context of different local issues by numerous eastern Indian Authors.
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