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Maharaja Suraj Mal (1707-1763)

Description The biography-cum-history narrates the life, battles and governance of a part of India around Delhi by the well-known Jat ruler Suraj Mal in the first six decades of 18th century. It presents him not only as a shrewd military strategist, and fearless warrior but also as benevolent and efficient ruler. The book enlists the Maharaja's contribution to independence through his battles with Mughals and Afghan invaders. The account is scholarly, based on historical records.[edit]
Keywords Aurangzeb, Badan Singh, Safdur Jung, Ahmed Shah Abdali, Jawahar Singh, Kumher, Agra, Panipat, Dholpur, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001238
Author K. Natwar Singh
Year 1981
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher B.I. Publications
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Breadth 14.3
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         167
 
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