Hari Singh Nalwa Attacked Balakot 188 Years Ago

Balakot should be regarded by a Bollywood film at any rate, considering this is the second time the spot has harbored jihadis who have been killed by Indian troops. The first was in 1831, when two Islamic evangelists from Rae Bareli and their supporters, by then some part of the kingdom of Awadh, congregated in […]

The Warrior Hari Singh Nalwa’s Son and His Contribution to Sikh War History

Hari Singh Nalwa had four sons. After the death of Hari Singh Nalwa, the brothers started quarrelling among themselves for the property share. Maharaja Ranjit Singh confiscated major portion of the property (worth over 5 lakhs) and distributed 19,600 rupees to the brothers. One of the Songs Jawahar Singh Nalwa was a brave warrior and […]

Fake Photo of Hari Singh Nalwa

Here goes very interesting anecdote. A street vendor selling portraits entered a house and showed a beautiful portrait of a graceful person. The price was also very attractive, just one hundred rupees. The house owner was quite impressed but as the habit of bargaining goes, gave a counter-offer of fifty rupees. After vigorous haggling and […]

Dogra Wanted Hari Singh Nalwa to Battle a Tiger

When Dogra King Dhian Singh Dogra challenged the mightiest General of Maharaja Ranjit Singh to fight a tiger. Maharaja Ranjit Singh put Hari Singh Nalwa to the task and he fearlessly fought the lion with his bare hands separating the upper and lower jaw of the tiger. Professor Gurpreet Singh Udhoke narrates in the video […]

Writer in 1881 Said, “Hari Singh Nalwa was the Greatest General”

Hari Singh Nalwa and the Battle of Naushehra Around 1881, a debate ensued in English and French papers as to who was the most successful military general in the world. Some names which were much talked about then were Napoleon, Marshal Handenberg, Lord Kitchner, General Carbuiser or Duke of Wellington. After mention of the generals […]

Hari Singh Nalwa’s Son Was a Legend

Hari Singh Nalwa had four sons. After the death of Hari Singh Nalwa, the brothers started quarrelling among themselves for the property share. Maharaja Ranjit Singh confiscated major portion of the property (worth over 5 lakhs) and distributed 19,600 rupees to the brothers. One of the Songs Jawahar Singh Nalwa was a brave warrior and […]

Dhian Singh Dogra’s Challenge to Hari Singh Nalwa

When Dogra King Dhian Singh Dogra challenged the mightiest General of Maharaja Ranjit Singh to fight a tiger. Maharaja Ranjit Singh put Hari Singh Nalwa to the task and he fearlessly fought the lion with his bare hands separating the upper and lower jaw of the tiger. Professor Gurpreet Singh Udhoke narrates in the video […]

The Son of Hari Singh Nalwa

Hari Singh Nalwa had four sons. After the death of Hari Singh Nalwa, the brothers started quarrelling among themselves for the property share. Maharaja Ranjit Singh confiscated major portion of the property (worth over 5 lakhs) and distributed 19,600 rupees to the brothers. One of the Songs Jawahar Singh Nalwa was a brave warrior and […]

In 1881, British Writer Recognized Hari Singh Nalwa as the Greatest General Ever

Hari Singh Nalwa and the Battle of Naushehra Around 1881, a debate ensued in English and French papers as to who was the most successful military general in the world. Some names which were much talked about then were Napoleon, Marshal Handenberg, Lord Kitchner, General Carbuiser or Duke of Wellington. After mention of the generals […]

Pakistani Channel Makes Documentary on Hari Singh Nalwa and Jamrud Fort

Pakistan’s Geo TV made a short documentary on Sikh General Sardar Hari Singh Nalwa and the Jamrud Fort. Hari Singh Nalwa’s family originally came from Majitha, near Amritsar. His grandfather, Hardas Singh, had been killed fighting against Ahmad Shah Durrani in 1762. His father, Gurdial Singh, had taken part in many of the campaigns of […]