Today I was in a Chapters (large book store). I was actually quite surprised that in the huge section on religion, with hundreds and hundreds of book, there was only one book currently in stock about Sikhism. I was not expecting to find tonnes of literature on Sikhism, but just 1 book? Wow. Anyways, I am currently reading "The Sikh Religion: Its Gurus, Sacred Writings and Authors" by Max Arthur Macauliffe. It was published back in 1909, where the author, along with other Sikh scholars at the time, spent over 20 years writing the 6 volume set! The Guru Granth Sahib has been translated, and a biography of each Guru is written. It is fascinating. Apparently, it is supposed to be one of the most accurate works on the Gurus' lives...Has anyone else read this?