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Title Maharani Jind kaur
Description Majestic bearing, patriotism, defiance and sacrifice define the character of Rani Jind Kaur, the youngest wife of Maharaja Ranjit Singh and another of the last crown Prince of Lahore Darbar Duleep Singh. She continued to defy, resist and fight the British and the treacherous Dogras in order to preserve the sovereignty of the Sikh state and legitimate rights of her son to the last breath of her life. She continued to inspire the veteran Sikh chiefs against the evil designs of the British and suffered imprisonment, exile, poverty and ill-treatment till her death. She stands as a symbol of Sikh dignity, honour and grit. This dissertation makes a critical evaluation of her character and brings out her qualities of head and heart. The thesis suffers from improper usage of certain English words and reflects a poor command of the author on the English language
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