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The Court and Camp Of Runjeet Sing

Description This untitled book written by an unknown author brings out a brief history of India during the Mughal empire and its decline. Its major portion deals with history of the Sikhs, especially the reign of Maharaja Ranjit Singh in Punjab in all its aspects of his military organization, civil administration, its diplomatic dealings with the British empire and socio-cultural ambiance of his royal palace. The account is written probably by a British army officer and diplomat and gives an eye-witness account of Maharaja's personal and public qualities. The account is fairly objective and communicative[edit]
Keywords Maharaja Ranjit Singh, Sher Singh, Faqueer Uzeezoodeen, Ajit Singh, Lahore, Shah Shuja, Kohinoor, Lord William Bentick, Nadir Shah, Nanak Shah, Akalis, Allard, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001330
Author Unknown
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Unknown
Custodian Nanakshahi
Length 21.9
Breadth 29.8
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         277
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