Buddhists, Hindus, and Sikhs in America: a short history

Presents the basic tenets of these three Asian religions and discusses the religious history and experience of their practitioners after immigration to the United States

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Authors: Mann, Gurinder Singh 1949-; Numrich, Paul David 1952-; Williams, Raymond Brady 1935-
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: Oxford [u.a.] Oxford University Press 2008
Series/Journal:Religion in American life
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B USA / Buddhism
B USA / Hinduism
B USA / Sikhism
Further subjects:B Hinduism United States History 20th century
B Buddhism (United States) History 20th century
B Immigrants Religious life United States
B Sikhism (United States) History 20th century
B Buddhists United States History 20th century
B Sikhs United States History 20th century
B Asian Americans Religion
B Buddhism United States History 20th century
B Sikhs (United States) History 20th century
B Hindus (United States) History 20th century
B Hinduism (United States) History 20th century
B Buddhists (United States) History 20th century
B Sikhism United States History 20th century
B Hindus United States History 20th century
B Immigrants Religious life (United States)
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Summary:Presents the basic tenets of these three Asian religions and discusses the religious history and experience of their practitioners after immigration to the United States
Item Description:First published in hardcover as Buddhists, Hindus, and Sikhs in America, 2001 by Oxford Univ. Press, New York
Includes bibliographical references and index. - Originally published: 2001
ISBN:019533311X