Harjinder Singh Dilgeer (or Harajindara Siṅgha Dilagīra) is considered an authority on Sikh history and philosophy . Dilgeer is the only writer who has written complete history of the Sikhs (in 10 volumes), covering period from 1469 to 2011. He was the first to write about the concept and the history of Akal Takht Sahib, Sikh culture, Shiromani Akali Dal, the history of Anandpur Sahib, and Kiratpur Sahib, Dictionary of Sikh Philosophy etc. The Sikh Reference Book is his magnum opus. 'The Sikh Reference Book' is an encyclopaedia consisting of more than 2400 biographies, complete chronology of Sikh history, 400 concepts of Sikh philosophy as well more than 800 Sikh shrines. He has produced a Sikh Encyclopaedia CD-ROM. His latest works are Encyclopaedia of Jalandhar (English), Banda Singh Bahadur (Punjabi and English), Sikh Twareekh in five volumes (a complete Sikh history, from 1469 to 2007, in Punjabi), and English translations of Nitnaym (the Sikh daily prayer) and Sukhmani Sahib.
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