The Maharaja gave him several villages in^ag^ratAjnala, in Amritsar district, and at Khaneval, in Multan district. His estates eventually reached the value of Rs 1,50,000 subject to the service of 250 horse. Karam Singh fell wounded by a musket ball in the battle of Teri in March 1823 in which the celebrated Phula Singh AkalT had been killed. He was carried to his tent, but died the following morning. He was survived by his only son, Gurmukh Singh, who had also fought in this battle.
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