Gulab Singh

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Kotli - History - Ranjit Singh and The Dogras
... (Muslim) that formed the State of Jammu following the conquest of Raja Ranjit Singh in 1820 ... Of these 22 states 21 formed a pact with Ranjit Singh and formed the State of Jammu ... they were defeated by the army of the Sikh leader Ranjit Singh ...
Maldiyal Mughal - War of Independence of 1831
... of AapRaji (just before the foundation of modern state of Jammu and Kashmir by Gulab Singh) ... warrior of Kashmir who went into revolt against Gulab Singh along with the Sudhan and other Pahari tribes in 1837 ... The English translation by Bawa Satinder Singh, produced from his book Jammu Fox, is given below Song of the Pahari warriors of Kashmir Shams te Malli Sabz Ali di Warr Praised be the lord and ...
Gulab Singh Of Jammu And Kashmir
... Maharaja Gulab Singh (1792–1857) was the founder and first Maharaja of the princely state of Jammu and Kashmir, the second largest princely state in British India ... After the defeat of the Sikhs in the First Anglo-Sikh War, Gulab Singh, who served as Prime Minister of the Sikhs, received from the British all the ...
Treaty Of Lahore - The Anglo-Sikh Treaties of 1846 - The Treaty of Amritsar
... The British then sold Kashmir to the Raja of Jammu, Gulab Singh, for 7.5 million rupees (75 lakhs) ... The treaty of sale was concluded on March 16, 1846, in the Treaty of Amritsar and signed by Gulab Singh, Hardinge, Currie and Lawrence ... Gulab Singh thus became the founder and first Maharaja of the princely state of Jammu and Kashmir ...
Timeline Of The Kashmir Conflict - 1846-1947: Kashmir Before 1947
... Second Treaty of Amritsar between the British East India company and Raja Gulab Singh of Jammu ... The Sikhs cannot pay part of the demand made by the British Gulab Singh steps in on their behalf to pay Rs.75,00,000, and in return receives Kashmir Valley, part of the Sikh ... Gulab Singh accepts overall British sovereignty ...

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