8th July 1923 Maharaja Ripduman Singh Nabha forced to abdicate his throne. As a result the jaito morcha was launched. He was well-known for his pro-Tat Khalsa proclivities. But he had a dispute with the ...
13th December 1845 Lord Hardinge, the Governor General of British forces, issued tne proclamation of War against the Sikhs. 1923 Maharaja Ripudaman Singh Nabha passed away. 1924 Sardar Sundar Singh Babbar of Hayatpur dies during ...
24th January 1849 Chatter Singh joined with Sher Singh against the British while the British forces spared from Multan battle joined their forces. 1923 Pragpur is raided to arrest Kishan Singh Garhgaj. 1928 Raghbir ...
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