GURDIT SINGH NALVA
GURDIT SINGH NALVA (1807-1882), soldier and jdgirddr in Sikh times, was the eldest son of the famous general, Hari Singh Nalva. He received a sum of Rs 2,200 from Maharaja Ranjit Singh as his share out of money left by his father. The British settled upon him an allowance of Rs 480 annually after the annexation of the Punjab. He also inherited in 1877 the jdgir of his brother, Jawahar Singh. Gurdit Singh died in 1882.
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