The Sikhs attacked the Red Fort on March 11,1783, and hoisted the Nishan Sahib and Delhi Fateh occurred for the first time by Sikh forces. The Emperor offered a treaty, and accepted their terms, writes Major-Gen Kulwant Singh (retd)
NADIR Shah’s brutal offensives and eight invasions by Ahmed Shah Abdali had made the Mughal Empire fragile and weak. Sikhs had emerged as a strong and powerful force in northern India. The Sikhs eventually halted Abdali’s invasions. Under the leadership of Dal Khalsa chief Sardar Jassa Singh Ahluwalia, the Sikhs refused an alliance, and instead challenged Abdali for battle. They were anxious to avenge the killing of over 20,000 Sikhs, mostly women, children and old people, and also destruction and desecration of the Golden Temple. Sensing defeat, Abdali called it a day, and finally returned to Afghanistan, never to come back again. The vast area of the Indian subcontinent lying between the Indus and the Yamuna was free from foreign rule.
Stone From throne at Lal Qila brought to Sri Harmandir Sahib after winning Delhi in 1783
Historic Evidence of a Stone From the Lal Qila in Delhi at the Golden Temple Complex Amritsar:
This historic stone script depicts over the then ruling moghul empire. “In 1783 a cavalry of 30,000 sikh soldiers under S Jassa Singh Ahuluwalia, S Baghail Singh & S Jassa Singh Ramgarhia conqured the than MOGHUL EMPEROR Shah Alam 2nd & flurred the sikh flag on the RED FORT. After a friendship treaty among the two warrior groups, Delhi was handed over back to the emperor. The stone in the above video was from the structure of the royal thorn of the emperor. The sikh warriors uprooted it and brought back as a mark of victory over the moghul empire. It is presently displayed for public view at Ramgarhia Bunga Amritsar”