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Maharaja Ranjit Singh.

Maharaja Ranjit Singh.

Maharaja Duleep Singh was a Sikh ruler of the sovereign country of Punjab and sikh empire.

Maharaja Duleep Singh was a Sikh ruler of the sovereign country of Punjab and sikh empire.# the black Prince

sikhknowledge: “ An original painting from the times of Maharaja Ranjit Singh depicting Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s court in Lahore, Punjab. - Lost Treasures of the Sikh Kingdom ”

sikhknowledge: “ An original painting from the times of Maharaja Ranjit Singh depicting Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s court in Lahore, Punjab. - Lost Treasures of the Sikh Kingdom ”

Khalsa Raj – The Sikh Kingdom Of Punjab – Had Strong Secular Base - http://news54.barryfenner.info/khalsa-raj-the-sikh-kingdom-of-punjab-had-strong-secular-base/

Khalsa Raj – The Sikh Kingdom Of Punjab – Had Strong Secular Base - http://news54.barryfenner.info/khalsa-raj-the-sikh-kingdom-of-punjab-had-strong-secular-base/

Sikh Military Turban Badge  ca. late 19th century - early 20th century, brass with silver coating. A turban badge likely belonging to a military unit of one of the Sikh Kingdoms. The badge consists of a khanda sword above a chakkar quoit with two crossed curved swords below the quoit and two crossed axes within the chakkar. To learn more see the SikhMuseum.com Exhibit - Nishan Sahib, History of the Sacred Banner and its Symbols

Sikh Military Turban Badge ca. late 19th century - early 20th century, brass with silver coating. A turban badge likely belonging to a military unit of one of the Sikh Kingdoms. The badge consists of a khanda sword above a chakkar quoit with two crossed curved swords below the quoit and two crossed axes within the chakkar. To learn more see the SikhMuseum.com Exhibit - Nishan Sahib, History of the Sacred Banner and its Symbols

Lithograph of Sher Singh the Maharaja of the Punjab's Sikh Kingdom, and his entourage.out hunting on elephants and horses near Lahore by L.H. de Rudder (1807-1881) after an original drawing of April 1842 by Prince Aleksandr Mikhailovich. Lahore was captured by Sikhs and made Capital in 1799 by  Ranjit Singh captured the city for the Sikhs. Ranjit Singh' s rule is considered the Golden period of the Sikh Kingdom.

Lithograph of Sher Singh the Maharaja of the Punjab's Sikh Kingdom, and his…

‪#‎BlessedToBeSikh‬ Flourishing of Empire During the rule of Maharaja Ranjit Singh! Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the rise of the Sikh Empire at the end of the 18th Century under Ranjit Singh, pictured above, who unified most of the Sikh kingdoms following the decline of the Mughal Empire. He became Maharaja of the Punjab at Lahore in 1801, capturing Amritsar the following year. His empire flourished until 1839, after which a decade of unrest ended with the British annexation.

‪#‎BlessedToBeSikh‬ Flourishing of Empire During the rule of Maharaja Ranjit Singh! Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the rise of the Sikh Empire at the end of the 18th Century under Ranjit Singh, pictured above, who unified most of the Sikh kingdoms following the decline of the Mughal Empire. He became Maharaja of the Punjab at Lahore in 1801, capturing Amritsar the following year. His empire flourished until 1839, after which a decade of unrest ended with the British annexation.

Portrait of Guru Gobind Singh ji as painted by Bhai Sobha Singh

Guru Gobind Singh ji - was the tenth guru and the founder of the Sikh religion.

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