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Title The Lahore Darbar
Description This very comprehensive account of the court and kingdom of Maharaja Ranjit Singh is based on the critical study of the contemporary official records. It gives an inside view of the political, diplomatic and international developments in and outside the Lahore Darbar. It makes a critical assessment of Anglo-Sikh, Anglo-Afghan, and Lahore Durbar-cis-Sutlej states Relationships. It also makes an evaluation of the influence of col. Wade's diplomacy. Col. Wade was the British representative at Lahore Durbar. The work is monumental in size, having a wide spectrum and marked by rare insights and observations. It is a reliable source of authentic information on an important period of Sikh history
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