Hari Singh Nalwa Champion of The Khalsa Ji 1791-1887 by Vanit Nalwa (Hardback)

Hari Singh Nalwa Champion of The Khalsa Ji 1791-1887 by Vanit Nalwa (Hardback)

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The Kingdom of the Sikhs or the Sarkar Khalsa Ji 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. The Sarkar Khalsaji stretched from the banks of the Satluj to the very foothills of the Hindu Kush Mountains in the trans-Indus region Hari Singh Nalwa was the Commander-in-Chief at the most turbulent North West Frontier of Ranjit Singhs kingdom. He took the frontier of the Sarkar Khalsa Ji to the very mouth of the Khyber Pass. For the past eight centuries marauders indulging in loot plunder rape and forcible conversions to Islam had used this route into the subcontinent. In his lifetime Hari Singh became a terror to the ferocious tribes inhabiting these regions.


Pages: 367
Format: Hardback
Language: English
Publication Date: January 2009
Dimensions: 20 x 14 x 4 cm

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