Published by Punjabi University in 1997. This is a reprint of the classic book first printed in 1926, hardcover used book in very good condition with some shelf wear and occasional pen markings on the pages. Size: 9" x 5.5". Pages: 110
Taken from a a Book Review by MANJYOT KAUR on sikhchic.com:
"When it comes to words of Sikh significance with the power to ignite and delight the mind and heart, very little - with the exception of the Sikh scriptures themselves, of course - can match the works of Prof. Puran Singh. The Book of the Ten Masters is a prime example of his pre-eminence among Sikh writers.
There are many books about the Sikh Gurus that give in-depth accounts of the historical and political events of their times, without imparting a real sense of their spiritual horizons. A mystic par excellence, the author satisfyingly provides this dimension in a seemingly effortless manner. Right from the first words of the first chapter, describing Guru Nanak as a child - "He came like a Song of Heaven, and began singing as he felt the touch of the breeze and saw the blue expanse of sky" - the capacity of Puran Singh's words to soothe and uplift our souls is fully apparent."
If you have not read a book on Sikh History before - this is the one to buy.