Kahn Singh

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Sir Frederick Currie, 1st Baronet - Career - The Period As Resident At Lahore and The Events Leading To The Second Anglo-Sikh War
... seething at what they saw as the treachery of their general Tej Singh during the war and the subsequent settlement ... Before he left, Lawrence had exiled Lal Singh, for urging Kashmir governor Shaikh Imamuddin not to turn over that country to Gulab Singh, and had replaced him as vizier by Tej Singh ... When Maharaja Duleep Singh refused to invest Tej Singh as prime minister, Lawrence had imprisoned the Regent, Maharani Jind Kaur, and this treatment of the widow of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, was a further source of ...
Bhai Kahn Singh Of Nabha - Biography
... He was born to Narain Singh and Har Kaur in a Dhillon Jatt family at the village of Sabaz Banera, located in what was then Patiala State ... His father, Narain Singh succeeded to the charge of Gurdwara Dera Baba Ajaypal Singh at Nabha, after the death of his grandfather Sarup Singh in 1861 ... Kahn Singh was the eldest of three brothers (the other two being Meehan Singh and Bishan Singh) and one sister (Kahn Kaur) ...

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