Sikhs Unlimited deals with the fifth largest religion of the world. Emigrating to the west from the beginning of the twentieth century, the enterprising Sikhs have carved out an exclusive place for themselves in the world. The book showcases the inimitable successes of Sikhs in the UK and the US; and there could be no better time for this commemorative book, when the Sikh Diaspora is set to complete a century of its existence in the west. ‘Its still early for book reviews to start pouring in, but if the 254 page Sikhs Unlimited is anything like its author, it should be one heck of a read.’ - Rajan Chakravarty, senior journalist on Sikhchic.com
About The Author Born on 11 July 1972, in a leading citrus growing family of Punjab, Khushwant Singh developed writing as an alternate career at the age of twenty-four. He is the author of best-selling Sikhs Unlimited, a travelogue from UK to USA featuring extraordinary Sikhs. His Sunday column, ‘Punjabi by Nature’ in The Hindustan Times on the passions, problems and idiosyncracies of the region, is widely read. An alumnus of St. John’s High School, Chandigarh and Department of Mass Communication, Punjab University, Khushwant Singh presently stays in Hoshiarpur district at his kinnow farm with his wife Harmala and son Adiraj.
Khushwant Singh, thirty five, is a journalist, who did freelance writing on agricultural issues for the Tribune, before joining the Times of India in 2002.
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