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Diwanmul Raj

Description This edited version of the famous trial of Dewan Mulraj, governor of Multan edited by the Deputy Control of Records of Govt. of Punjab in 1931 records the circumstances under which the outbreak and revolt took place in 1848 and how this revolt by Mulraj developed into the second Anglo-Sikh war which eventually led to absorption of the Sikh kingdom into the British Empire in India. The learned editor has taken great pains to compare the vernacular and English versions of this trial and provided a detailed and chronological account of this historical event. It is an authentic and valuable reference material for scholars and researchers of Punjab and Sikh history of mid nineteenth century.[edit]
Keywords Dewan Mul Raj, G. G. Mausel, Loring Bowring, Illahi Bakhsh, John Lawrence, Ram Rang, Mohkam Chand, Captain Hamilton, Sham Singh, Multan, Lahore, Mr. Agnew, Sawan Mal, Edwards, Bahawalpur, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001060
Author Unknown
Year 1971
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Languages Department Punjab
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         248
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