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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Foundation Trust

Inspired by the legacy of Hari Singh Nalwa, the Trust aims to promote community well-being.

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Kohli 2024-06-18 10:13:20
  Wikipedia has changed Hari Singh Nalwa background from Uppal Khatri to Uppal Jats. Kindly change it as Sardar Hari Singh Nalwa is Uppal Khatri.

Reply By Admin 2024-06-18 10:17:11
  Hari Singh Nalwa was Uppal Khatri, but if the Jats want to claim him as do the Gujjars, it shows how much the man was respected and loved. Getting into Wikipedia wars is a futile exercise.

sarbjit kdur 2024-06-09 23:06:42
  Respect Foundation Authority, I am a reserch scholar working on the life of Sardar Hari Singh Nalwa. I almost have completed my research. However, I have some questions remaining in my mind, kindly provide me the answers, first, i need the entire family tree (till now) of Sardar nalwa. and second, was Hari Singh Nalwa hated Afghans ( muslims)? kinkdy help me to do so Regards

Reply By Admin 2024-06-17 17:24:27
  The Family Tree will be uploaded soon. Hari Singh Nalwa was fighting against invaders.

Jitender Bhandari 2024-01-09 03:45:44
  Excellent collection of outstanding information. Thank you.

Pulkita Sood 2023-12-01 16:21:46
  I want to speak to the Director regarding the publications of your foundation.

Reply By Admin 2023-12-11 11:14:04
  please email to

madhu 2023-08-28 14:08:14
  Ranjit Singh Monarch Mystique has a very fascinating and intriguing potrayal of one of the most remarkable women in the history of Punjab Sardarni Sada Kaur, mother-in-law of Maharaja Ranjit Singh who initially helped him in creating Punjab Empire and in the end when her relationship soured, died in his confinement.

sadhana moolchandani 2023-08-27 17:13:38
  Monarch Mystique published by the Hari Singh Nalwa Foundation Trust is an illustrated work that acquaints readers with 18th 19th century Punjab and introduces them to the enigmatic Maharaja Ranjit Singh. A very powerful narrative.

Nandita Chopra 2023-07-17 19:06:51
  This is an outstanding effort. Thank you for writing this important history and maintaining this website.

Gur Pratap 2023-06-02 19:50:30
  Congratulations to the author on the release of the twin volume: RANJIT SINGH - MONARCH MYSTIQUE (1780-1839) HARI SINGH NALWA - CHAMPION OF THE KHALSAJI (1791-1837)

Gur Pratap 2023-06-02 19:34:37
  The reprinted version HARI SINGH NALWA - CHAMPION OF THE KHALSAJI has a new cover.

Gur Pratap 2023-06-02 19:14:17
  HARI SINGH NALWA - CHAMPION OF THE KHALSAJI in English and HARI SINGH NALWA - KHALSAJI DA CHAMPION in Punjabi are both available in bookstores and on Amazon.