- Sikh History in 10 Volumes, by Dr Harjinder Singh Dilgeer. Published by Sikh University Press, Belgium, 2009-2012.
- Sir John Login And Duleep Singh, by Lady Lena Login. W. H. Allen & Co., London. 1890.
- Maharaja Duleep Singh Correspondence, by Dhuleep Singh, Ganda Singh. Published by Punjabi University, 1977.
- Sikh Portraits by European Artists,, by Aijazuddin, F.S. Sotheby Parke Bernet, London and Oxford U. Press, Karachi and New Delhi, 1979.
- The Duleep Singh's: The Photograph Album of Queen Victoria's Maharajah, by Pete Peter (Bhupinder Singh Bance). Sutton Publishing, ISBN 0-7509-3488-3
- The Maharaja's Box: An Imperial Story of Conspiracy, Love and a Guru's Prophecy, by Campbell, Christy. Harper Collins, ISBN 0-00-653078-8 The Maharaja's Box
- Queen Victoria's Maharajah, Duleep Singh, 1838–93, by Michael Alexander and Sushila Anand. 1980. ISBN 1-84212-232-0, ISBN 978-1-84212-232-7
- Duleep Singh: The Maharaja of Punjab and the Raj, by Rishi Ranjan Chakrabarty. Published by D.S. Samara, 1988. ISBN 0-9514957-0-4.
- Maharaja Duleep Singh: The Last Sovereign Ruler of the Punjab, by Prithipal Singh Kapur. Published by Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee, Dharam Parchar Committee, 1995.
- Maharaja Duleep Singh, Fighter for Freedom, by Baldev Singh Baddan. Published by National Book Shop, 1998. ISBN 81-7116-210-X.
- Maharaja Daleep Singh, by Balihar Singh Randhawa. Sikh Literary & Cultural Stall, 1998. ISBN 1-900860-01-5.
- The Maharajah Duleep Singh and the Government: A Narrative, by Surjit Singh Jeet. Published by Guru Nanak Dev University, 1999.
- The Annexation of the Punjaub, and the Maharajah Duleep Singh, by Evans Bell, Thomas Evans Bell. Adamant Media Corporation, 2001. ISBN 0-543-92432-7.
- Maharaja Dalip Singh Cheated Out, by Avtar Singh Gill. Jaswant Printers. 2007
- The Exile, by Navtej Sarna. Penguin, 2008. ISBN 978-0-670-08208-7.
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