Kharak Singh

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Tara Singh Malhotra - SGPC and The Gurdwara Movement - Keys Agitation
1921 adopted a resolution asking its secretary Sunder Singh Ramgarhia to hand over the keys of the treasury to its president, Kharak Singh ... Sunder Singh Ramgarhia consulted the Deputy Commissioner and deposited the keys with the government treasury and subsequently also resigned as the sarbrah of the Golden Temple ... The government appointed Honorary Captain Bahadur Singh as the new sarbrah ...
Tara Singh Malhotra - Emergence As The Sole Spokesman of The Sikhs
... Among the prominent Akalis, Mehtab Singh and Giani Sher Singh along with twenty other Akali leaders accepted the conditional release ... Master Tara Singh, Baba Kharak Singh and Teja Singh Samundari Jathedar Teja Singh Akerpuri (Jathedar Akal Tkht Sahib) and Fifteen other Akalis did not come out as government ... He said, Teja Singh Samundari died of heart attack in the jail after some time ...
Nau Nihal Singh
... Maharaja Nau Nihal Singh (9 March 1821 - 6 November 1840) was a Sikh ruler of the sovereign country of Punjab and the Sikh Empire ... He was the son of Maharani Chand Kaur and Maharaja Kharak Singh, himself the eldest son and heir of Maharaja Ranjit Singh Sher-e-Panjab and a grandson of ... After the death of Ranjit Singh, Kharak Singh became king but was unable to keep control of the various factions within the kingdom ...

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