Pakistani Channel Honors Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s Rule (Video)

Pakistani news channel ARY has Honored Maharaja Ranjit Singh and his contribution for the Punjab Region

Early life

Ranjit Singh was born on November 13, 1780 in Gujranwala City, Punjab, which is now in modern day Pakistan. He was born into a Sikh Jatt family of the Sandhawalia Clan, to Sardar Maha Singh Sukerchakia (d. 1792), and Sardarni Mai Raj Kaur, the daughter of Raja Gajpat Singh of the Jind Kingdom. At the time, large parts of the Punjab were ruled by the Sikhs, who had divided the territory among factions known as Misls, each with its own powerful Sikh chieftain. His grandfather was Sardar Charat Singh Sukerchakia (d. 1770), and his great grandfather was Sardar Naudh Singh (d. 1752), also a Sikh Warrior, and the great great grandson of Baba Budha Ji (d. 1718), the first in line to take Amrit Sachaar.

Sardar Budh Singh (1670-1718), Owned 25 acres of land, where he founded the village of Sukerchak, in Amritsar District.
Sardar Naudh Singh (d. 1752) Married, Sardarni Lali Kaur, daughter of Sardar Gulab Singh of Majitha.
Sardar Charat Singh (d. 1770) Married, Sardarni Desan Kaur, daughter of Sardar Amir Singh Waraich, of Gujranwala District.
Sardar Maha Singh (d. 1792) Married, Sardarni Raj kaur, of Jind State and Sardarni Mai Kaur daughter of Sardar Jai Singh Maan.
Maharajah Ranjit Singh (1780-1839). Had 20 wives, Sikh, Hindu, and 2 Muslim.

Kharra Sach – 27th November 2014 by ak472522

1. Prince Kharak Singh (1801-1840): Rani Raj Kaur also known as Datar Kaur or Mai Nakkain.
2. Prince Ishar Singh } (1804-1805) }
3. Prince Sher Singh } (1807-1843): Rani Mehtab Kaur.
4. Prince Tara Singh (1807-1859) }
5. Prince Kashmira Singh*(1819-1844): Rani Daya Kaur.
6. Prince Peshaura Singh* (1823-1845) } (* adopted sons of Maharajah Ranjit Singh)
7. Prince Multana Singh (1819-1846): Rani Rattan Kaur.
8. Prince Duleep Singh (1838-1893):Rani Jind Kaur (Rani Jindan).

Source: Sikh Wiki

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