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Lahore and its Rulers: A History of Reigning Families of Lahore and the Raja's of Jammu / Symth, G. Carmichael (Ed.)
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Lahore and its Rulers: A History of Reigning Families of Lahore and the Raja's of Jammu
Symth, G. Carmichael (Ed.)
 
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  Book ID : 21843
  ISBN-10 : 81-87226-02-1 / 8187226021
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-87226-02-4 / 9788187226024
  Place of Publication : Gurgaon
  Year of Publication : 1998
  Edition : (First Indian Reprint)
  Language : English
  xxxi, 279p., Figs., App., 23 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-
1. Secret history of the Lahore Durbar.
2. The siege of Lahore by Shere Sing.
3. Goolaub Sing and Affghanistan.
4. Murder of Jewalla Sing and of Ranee Chund Kour.
5. The assassination of Shere Sing and Dehan Sing.
6. Punishment of the murderers.
7. Birth and parentage of Dulleep Sing.
8. The Wuzeerut of Heera Sing.
9. The expedition to Jummoo.
10. The murder of Peshora Sing.
11. Death of Jewahir Sing.
12. Rajah Lall Sing, and the slave-girl Mungela.

The war with the British.
Miscellaneous Notices: 1. Phoola Sing, the Akalee. 2. The mutiny in Cashmere. 3. Wuzeer Zoroveroo. 4. The Soodhum revolt. 5. Futteh Khan Tewanah. The lords of the hills; a genealogical history of the Jummoo family.

Appendices:
1. Sir J. Malcolm's "Sketch of the Sikhs".
2. Prinsep's life of Runjeet Sing.
3. The Punjaub adventurer.
4. Colonel Steinbach's work.
5. The medical and literary journal for January, 1845.
6. The Calcutta review of August, 1844.
7. The productions of the Punjaub, and of those hill states, & c. dependent on it.
8. Trees and shrubs.
9. Mineralogical productions.
10. Manufactures of the Punjaub, and in the states dependent on it.
11. A list of the different castes in the Punjaub.
12. An estimate of the population of different cities in the Punjaub.
13. An estimate of the districts and countries of the Punjaub.
14. List of Sirdars and chiefs.
15. Abstract, showing the disposition of the Sikh Army, 1st July, 1844.
16. The boundary of the Punjaub in 1845.
17. A list of the principal Sirdars and chiefs in the Punjaub, classed according to the party they were supposed to side with after the death of Shere Sing.
18. The numerical force of the standing Army of the Punjaub in 1845.
19. Officers who have been or are in the Seik service.
20. Amount of revenue of money paid into the treasury for 1844.
21. Products and manufactures.
22. Articles procurable in the Punjaub at the stated prices, Pucca rupees per maund.
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The book has been compiled partly from native manuscripts and partly from information collected from Sikh Sardar's and European officer's in Sikh services; but mainly from the note's of captain Gardener of Sikh artillery who brought to light the intrigues of the Jammu family and proved that the Dogra chief were at the bottom of Kabul insurrection.

The book begins with a chapter on the history of Ranjeet Singh family. The author has made us believe that Sher Singh who was considered the Louis Phillipe of Lahore "The king of the People" was not the real son of Ranjeet Singh as he was passed on along with Tara Singh as twin sons of Metab Kaur, one of the two wives of Ranjeet Singh by Suda Kaur mother of Mehtab Kaur. Actually it was Dehan Singh, a sejanus to Ranjeet Singh who placed Sher Singh on the throne to destroy him knowing that he was too ambitious and too powerful to be passed over, forthey both had arranged matter even before the death of Ranjeet Singh. Still Lahore was in safe hand as it was during the regime of Ranjeet Singh.

The work also includes the history of the Dogra family and their intiquities with which but few people are acquainted; that how the British Government entered into treaty with Gulab Singh who all his life cried "The Sikhs are coming" unless they came and conquered and at last it was discovered that Sikhs were brave men and good soldiers.

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