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Hari Singh Nalwa

A Sikh empire in Pakhtunkhwa (Pakistan)

Tomb of Akali Phula Singh Bobby Singh Bansal on the solid legacy left by the Sikhs in north-western Pakistan: fortifications. Not much is known on Pakhtunkhwa’s Sikh heritage and my research sheds some light on the undiscovered structures that were built by the charismatic Sikh officer General Hari Singh Nalwa, a staunch commander of Maharaja Ranjit Singh of Lahore during the 19th century. T...
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Amritsar: Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s statue to be installed at Malika Da Butt

Statues of Maharajah Ranjit Singh, Akali Phula Singh and Hari Singh Nalwa to be installed. The Malika Da Butt roundabout, close to the Golden Temple in Amritsar, will soon have a statue of Maharaja Ranjit Singh – the famed Punjab ruler whose kingdom was annexed by the British soon after his death in 1839. The roundabout once had the statue of Queen Victoria of England but was removed nearly 30...
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