This series tales an exciting look at religion, history and culture through the everyday lives of people from all over the world. This book helps young people ask questions and leads them towards a better understanding of particular historical era, religion or culture. This book looks at what Sikhs believe, where and when Sikhism began, where Sikhs worship and the major Sikh festivals.
Beryl Dhanjal was educated at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London. She is an author of several non fiction books for young people and a full-time lecturer.
Excellent text and illustrations