At the lime of the annexation of the Punjab by the British, `s jdgir worth Rs 40,000 was confiscated and he was given a pension of Rs 3,600 per annum. He died in 1853 at Majilha, his ancestral village, where, it is said, he used his two elephants for ploughing his lands with a specially designed 20prongcd plough. He ajso had a very large well and Persian wheel constructed, and used the elephants for irrigating his fields.
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2. Griffin, Lepel, and C.F. Massy, (`Miffs d nd Fam Hies of Note in the. Punjab. Lahore, 1909
3. Cunningliain, Joseph Davey, A ffififorf of the Sikhs from I lie Origin of the Nation to the Battles of the Sutlej. London, 18-19