VSI 26: March 2021

March 1, 2021

Continuing our #VSI25 celebration of 26 years of the 'Very Short Introduction' series, for March we're introducing Sikhism and giving you free access to the first chapter of Eleanor Nesbitt's 'Sikhism: A Very Short Introduction'

How it works: For each featured title we provide free access to the first chapter as well as a reading guide with questions for thought and discussion, written by the author. Over the course of the month we will post additional content on our Facebook group around the featured title to help foster discussion. Read at your own pace, in a group or by yourself, and leave your comments and thoughts on Facebook.

Explore what is sometimes referred to as one of the world's newest religions with the first chapter of 'Sikhism: A Very Short Introduction':

Sikhism: A Very Short Introduction



Sikhism is sometimes described as the newest of the world’s religions. The Introduction sets out the aims of this VSI and outlines the history of the term ‘Sikhism’. There are around twenty-four million Sikhs worldwide, the majority living in the Punjab region of India, but there are now Sikh communities in many other countries as well, the two largest being in Canada and the United Kingdom...

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