It was an easy and fact driven read, with references and sources listed on each page. This is the most honest compilation of Sikh history facts and points of reference for anyone interested in history. The author is honest and credible, as he has been with many of his works. Raj
Yet not to differentiate between belivers or non-believers, homosexual, vegans or whoever, in Guru's kitchen we all sit on the floor and we sit regardless of how rich or poor whoever sits besides us, why we dont eat non-veg in that kitchen is beacuse of the different dietary needs of people of different faiths, ie; muslims preference to Halal and Hindus to non-Halal.
What I like about Khushwant Singh is he writes the truth, can be very stubborn in his writting, but he is not somebody who wears Sikhism as not another 'this is what it is and you can't change it' and 'if you do this you are bad and go to hell or vice versa', he presents Sikhism as an interesting experience, something one can talk about, enlightening us with it's history and what makes Sikhs so resilent and humane.