General Hari Singh Nalwa (1791-1837 CE ) was the most celebrated military commander of the Indian subcontinent in the 19th century

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Kingdom of the Sikhs (1799-1849)

The Kingdom of the Sikhs, or the Sarkar Khalsaji, was a manifestation of the spiritual path initiated by Guru Nanak that was eventually crystallized into the tradition of the Khalsa by Guru Gobind Singh. In 1799, the Sikhs established their kingdom in that part of the Indian subcontinent most traumatised by the invaders.

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Hari Singh 'Nalwa'

General Hari Singh Nalwa (1791-1837) was the Commander-in-Chief of Maharaja Ranjit Singh's army along the northwest frontier of the Indian subcontinent, bordering Afghanistan. Hari Singh Nalwa served as the administrator of the most turbulent region within the Sikh Kingdom, the region referred today as Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. At the time of Nalwa's death, he was one of the wealthiest jagirdars (feudal lord) of the Sikh Kingdom. He gave away most of his wealth in charity, epitomising the saint-soldier tradition of the Sikh Gurus.

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Surat Singh 2018-07-28 05:37:21
  Good work!

Prabhjot Bhanu 2018-07-02 09:27:42
  Hello, I am doing research on Hari Singh Nalwa to make a film on his life, where can I find authentic material to do my research as much is not available on the website. Thanks

Manmohit pal Singh gulati 2018-04-07 16:57:05
  I am desendent of Hari Singh family and sardar Kahn Singh, who was married in Hari Singh Malwa family and had fought under him as his key sardar. I want to meet someone who is knowledge able about the Hari Singh Malwa and his descendants. Manmohit Singh 9818899889

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