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Singh

Singh /ˈsɪŋ/ is a common title, middle name, or surname used in South Asia, mainly in India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, used originally by the Hindu Kshatriyas (warriors and kings). It is derived from the Sanskrit word Siṃha meaning Lion. Apart from Rajput clans, it is also used by Sikhs, Marathas, Sinhalese people of Sri Lanka and Newa people of Nepal.

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Instrument Of Surrender (1971) - Sources
... Aurora Gopal Gurunath Bewoor JFR Jacob Sagat Singh M.L ... Raina Sartaj Singh N.C ... Singh Kuldip Singh Chandpuri Kulwant Singh Pannu Pakistan Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Yahya Khan Abdul Hamid Khan A.A.K ...
Kanwar Rai Singh
... Kanwar Rai Singh pronunciation (born 24 February 1922, Darkati, Punjab) was an Indian cricketer who played in one Test in 1948 ... Rai Singh was a surprising selection for the Indian tour of Australia in 1947-48 ... Rai Singh had little success in the first class matches that he played in the tour ...
Ambedkar Samaj Party
... The leader of ASP is Tej Singh ... Singh is also commander-in-chief of the Bahujan Swayam Sewak Sanghathan, a militant dalit organization ... Tej Singh stood as candidate from Aligarh and got 054 ... votes (0,17%) ...
Botch (professional Wrestling) - Danger
... In May 2001, Ong was training with Dalip Singh (better known as WWE's Great Khali) and took a flapjack from Singh ... reportedly because Ong had grabbed Singh's shirt instead of pushing off Singh's back as he was instructed ...
Vishvjit Singh
... Vishvjit Prithvijit Singh (born Jalandhar, 29 October 1946) is an Indian politician with the Indian National Congress party ... He is a great grandson of Col the Honourable Kanwar Sir Pratap Singh Bahadur of Kapurthala ...

Famous quotes containing the word singh:

    She saved for tomorrow. When she was asleep, the dog ate up her flour.
    Punjabi proverb, trans. by Gurinder Singh Mann.

    When there is affection,
    Never go into business together.
    If you have to, never borrow.
    If you have lent, willingly forget it.
    Punjabi proverb, trans. by Gurinder Singh Mann.

    There is nothing like the fun of having brothers,
    if there is no rivalry.
    There is nothing like the fun of summer rains,
    if there is no mud.
    There is nothing like the fun of gambling,
    if there is no loss.
    Punjabi proverb, trans. by Gurinder Singh Mann.