Ranjit Singh -  A Secular Sikh Sovereign

Ranjit Singh - A Secular Sikh Sovereign

Product ID: 15124

Regular price
Sale price
Regular price
Sold out
Unit price
Shipping calculated at checkout.

Shipping Note: This item usually arrives at your doorstep in 10-15 days

Author: Kattar Singh Duggal
Publisher: Abhinav Publications
Year: 0000
Language: English
Pages: 143
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8170172446


Maharaja Ranjit Singh was the first Punjabi to rule over the Punjab in the recorded history. His kingdom extended from Tibet to Sind and from Kabul to Sutlej. At least 80 percent of population of the territory he ruled was Muslim, 10 percent were Hindus and the remaining 10 percent were Sikhs. A devout follower of Guru Nanak, he never discriminated against any faith.

Once he told his foreign minister Fakir Azizuddin, God intended my looking upon all religions with one eye, that is why I was I was deprived of the other eye. This is the story of a truly secular monarch told by a leading storyteller in the country today at a time when the social fabric is under severe strains of religious fanaticism.



His Heritage
The Sikhs in Ferment
The Sukarchakia Misl
The Maharaja
Punjab under a sovereign Punjabi Ruler
The First Round of Conquests
The affairs of Heart
The British Conection
The Fruits of Alliance
Multan Conquered
Foreigners at the Lahore Durbar
Peshawar Occupied
A summit on the field of the cloth of gold
Kashmir captured
The last battle
A patron of Arts
Writing in Ranjit Singh’s Times
Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s Secularism