AMIR SINGH, an Akali or Nihang who was a veteran soldier, joined the band of Bhai Maharaj Singh, leading a popular rebellion against the British in 1848-49. When the British deputy commissioner of Jalandhar, Vansittart, raided Maharaj Singh`s camp near Sham Chaurasi on the night of 2829 December 1849,
DHARAM SINGH, a Jatt Sikh of the village of Chitti, 15 km southwest of Jalandhar in the Punjab, was one of the associates of Bhai Maharaj Singh (d. 1856), leader of anti British revolt in the Punjab during 1848-49. Dharam Singh assisted Bhai Maharaj Singh by mobilizing help for
KAHN SINGH, of Fatehabad in Kapurthala district of the Punjab, was an associate of Bhai Maharaj Singh, leader of the revolt against the British in 1848-49. He joined him at Amritsar early in 1848 and took part in the second AngloSikh war. He was captured, with Maharaj Singh near
MAYYA SINGH, a Saini Sikh of Naushahra in Amritsar district of the Punjab and a horseman of the Sikh army, fought in the battle of Ramnagar on 22 November 1848, and joined thereafter the volunteer corps of Bhai Maharaj Singh (d. 1856), leader of the popular revolt against the
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