I have just finished reading an amazing book by Dr. Surindar Singh Kohli titled 'Sikhism and Guru Granth Sahib'. I just wanted to pass it on to everyone else who is interested in good reads. I thought that it gave a very fair and just discussion on different elements of Sikhism. It addresses (I take from the contents) a definition of Sikhism, its origins and features, unity of sikh thought, the Sikh religion towards humanity (very good), the Sikh scriptures (my favourite), martyrs and position of women in Sikhism. The second half focuses on Guru Granth Sahib in regards to the uniqueness (amazing), the compilation, editing, composers of the divine poetry and philosophy. If anyone reads this book or has, could you also share your thoughts about it with me?