Sikh Rule

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History Of The Punjab - Sikh Rule - Sikh Empire (1799–1849)
... (See main article Sikh Empire) Maharaja Ranjit Singh (born 1780, crowned April 12, 1801, died 1839) Kharak Singh (1801–1840), Eldest son of Ranjit Singh ... The British Empire annexed Punjab in c.1849 AD after the First and Second Anglo-Sikh Wars ...
Hari Singh Nalwa - Administrator
... Hari Singh’s administrative rule covered one-third of the Sikh Empire ... He was sent to the most troublesome spots of the Sikh empire in order to "create a tradition of vigorous and efficient administration" ... In Kashmir, however, Sikh rule was generally considered oppressive, protected perhaps by the remoteness of Kashmir from the capital of the Sikh empire in Lahore The Sikhs enacted a number of anti-Mu ...
Hazara, Pakistan - History Since Alexander - Sikh Rule
... Durrani rule had weakened considerably at the beginning of the 19th century ... The Sikhs annexed Hazara in two stages ... Karlal country became tributary to the Sikhs, with the exception of the ongoing struggle against the Sikhs led by the likes of Sardar Muhammad Khan Tarin ...
History Of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa - Geography - Sikh Rule
... Most of the region referred to in the twenty-first century as the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa came under Sikh rule in the first half of the nineteenth century, when the Sikhs ... Kabul Wazir Fateh Khan at Attock in an open pitched battle and ended Muslim rule in Attock ... The Sikhs ruled Attock till British Empire captured it, at which time lower Hazara became tributary to them ...

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