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Description This volume written in Punjabi prose records the history of the Sikhs in the post Sikh Guru period beginning with birth of Banda Bahadur up to the end of Mughal rule and Misl rule in Punjab and Maharaja Ranjit Singh's career. The volume records majority of the battles, conquests and martyrdoms of Sikh wars. It is one of the primary sources of Sikh history. The prose is fluent, racy and precise in description. It is a reliable reference material for scholars and researchers. It gives a kaleidoscopic view of the period of the most period of Sikh history 18th century.[edit]
Keywords Banda Bahadur, Majhails, Wazir Khan, Baba Ala Singh, Jaspat Rai, Bhai Mani Singh, Nadir Shah, Ahmad Shah Abdali, Jassa Singh, Sirhind, Ghuram, Kasur, Lahore, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001159
Author Gyani Gyan Singh
Year 1923
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Vzir Hind Press, Amritsar
Length 27.3
Breadth 17.6
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         418
 
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