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MULTANA SINGH, KANVAR

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MULTANA SINGH, KANVAR (1819-1846), son of Ranjit Singh, was born in 1819 to Ratan Kaur whom the Maharaja had married in 1811 after the conquest of Gujrat. He was given a small jagir in Amritsar district. He was married to Chand Kaur from whom he had three sons, Kishan Singh, Kesra Singh and Arjan Singh. He died in 1846.

References :

1. Ganda Singh, Maharaja Ranjit Singh (First Death Centenary Volume). Amritsar, 1939
2. Bhagat Singh, Maharaja Ranjit Singh and His Times. Delhi, 1990
3. Khushwant Singh, A History of the Sikhs, vol. II. Princeton, 1966`

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