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GULAB SINGH DOGRA
ANNUAL JAGIR
COMPLETE CONTROL
WIFE
LAHORE
REGENT
RIGHTFUL SUCCESSOR
NAU NIHAL SINGH
MAHARANI
CHAND KAUR
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Definitions

  1. Chand kaur was regent while Nau Nihal ' wife was pregnant and once she was removed, Sher Singh became regent, Nau Nihal 's child also vanished. (Web site)
  2. Chand Kaur was persuaded to accept a jagir and relinquish her claim to the throne.
  3. Chand Kaur was briefly a Regent of the sovereign country of Punjab and the Sikh Empire. (Web site)
  4. Chand Kaur was pensioned off with an annual jagir of 9,00,000 rupees, and her Sandhanvalia supporters fled across the Sutlej into British territory.
  5. Maharani Chand Kaur (1802-1842) was the wife of Maharaja Kharak Singh, the eldest son and successor of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.

Gulab Singh Dogra

  1. The leading courtiers made their submission and forwarded a joint appeal to Chand Kaur and Gulab Singh Dogra to lay down arms.

Annual Jagir

  1. Chand Kaur was pensioned off with an annual jagir of 9,00,000 rupees, and her Sandhanvalia supporters fled across the Sutlej into British territory.

Complete Control

  1. A month later, Dhian Singh Dogra was compelled to quit the capital, and Chand Kaur and the Sadhanvalias gained complete control of the administration.

Wife

  1. During the reign of Chand Kaur, Rani Jind Kaur, a wife of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, gave birth to a son named Dulip Singh.

Lahore

  1. Chand Kaur surrendered and gave up her claims to the throne of Lahore.

Regent

  1. Chand Kaur was briefly a Regent of the sovereign country of Punjab and the Sikh Empire. (Web site)

Rightful Successor

  1. However, Chand Kaur asserted that Nau Nihal Singh's widow was pregnant and might give birth to a rightful successor.

Nau Nihal Singh

  1. Shere Singh had both Chand Kaur and her daughter-in-law murdered (she was pregnant with the child of Nau Nihal Singh).

Maharani

  1. Dhian singh then openly suggested Maharani Chand Kaur to adopt his son and declare him Maharaja of Punjab, she refused and was put in house arrest.
  2. Maharani Chand Kaur (1802-1842) was the wife of Maharaja Kharak Singh, the eldest son and successor of Maharaja Ranjit Singh. (Web site)
  3. On 2 December 1840, Chand Kaur was proclaimed the Maharani of the Punjab, with the title of Malika Muqaddasa, emperess immaculate.

Chand Kaur

  1. Chand kaur was regent while Nau Nihal ' wife was pregnant and once she was removed, Sher Singh became regent, Nau Nihal 's child also vanished. (Web site)
  2. Chand Kaur was persuaded to accept a jagir and relinquish her claim to the throne.
  3. Chand Kaur could marry Sher Singh or, being childless could adopt Sher Singh's son Pratap Singh as her son.

Categories

  1. Geography > Regions > Punjab > Sher Singh
  2. Maharani
  3. Nau Nihal Singh
  4. Rightful Successor
  5. Maharaja Ranjit Singh
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