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Singh Bahadar Sardar Jassa Singh Ramgarhia

Description This biographical narration traces the genealogy, martial qualities, conquests and sacrifice of one of the prominent 18th century Sikh warriors and generals. The whole narrative is chronological, factual, based on the thorough study of well-documented historical records. It is a realistic portrayal of the Sikh general with all his merits and failures. Besides being a biography, it also provides comprehensive information about the violence-ridden state of Punjab and the raging power struggle between the Indian chiefs and Afghan invaders. The whole narrative is written in an objective stance and simple vernacular idiom.[edit]
Keywords Adina Beg, Doaba, Zakarya Khan, Shah Nawaz, Ram Rauni, Ahmad Shah Durrani, Dal Khalsa, Baran Mislan, Mir Mannu, Ahmad Shah Abdali, Wadda Ghallughara, Jahan Khan, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001590
Author Ganda Singh
Year 1997
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Guru Nanak Dev Mission Library
Custodian Nanakshahi
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         118
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