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Maharaja Ranjit Singh
1939 || Roman || The University Sikh Association Lahore || 156 pages
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The Punjab Chiefs
By: Lepel H. Griffin || 1865 || Roman || 713 pages
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Panjab
By: Sher Singh || 1992 || Gurmukhi || Punjab Languages Department || 84 pages
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Public Record Office W. O. I 1360
1858 || Roman || 187 pages
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Early Nineteenth Century Punjab
1975 || Roman || GNDU, Sri Amritsar Jio || 208 pages
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A History Of The Growth And Devlopment Of Western Education In The Punjab (1846-1884)
By: H.R Mehta || 1929 || Roman || Punjab Govt Record Office || 90 pages
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Jung Naama
Gurmukhi || 19 pages
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Pracheen Jungnaama
1950 || Gurmukhi || SGPC, Sri Amritsar jio || 340 pages
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Kissa Sham kaur Da
By: Mitt Singh Maura Wala || Gurmukhi || Chatar Singh Jiwan Singh, Sri Amritsar || 40 pages
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Malva Itihaas (Part 1)
By: Visakha Singh || 1953 || Gurmukhi || 836 pages
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Malva Ithihaas Part 3
By: Visakha Singh || 1959 || Gurmukhi || Gurmat Parchar Singh Sabha || 880 pages
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Malva Itihaas (Part 2)
By: Visakha Singh || Gurmukhi || Sri Gurmat Press Amritsar || 684 pages
 

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