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Rare account of Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s court up for auction in UK today

London, UK: A rare account of Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s court, written in French by the French botanist and geologist Victor Jacquemont, is being offered for sale on Wednesday in the UK by Mullocks auctioneers. The two-volume leather-bound account by Jacquemont ...

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Amritsar Treaty goes under hammer in UK for £ 3,400

London, UK: A 204-year-old copy of Treaty of Amritsar, which dates back to 1809, went under hammer during an auction by Mullock’s Auction House in United Kingdom (UK). The treaty dating back to days of British East India Company was ...

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Society Of Sikhs in the Deccan

 Hyderabad,India:Gurdwara Barambala (right), now in ruins, was constructed at Sikh Chhawniat. MANY of us in Punjab do not know about the defining traits of the Sikhs living in the Deccan. They have three types – Punjabi, Dakhani and the tribal ...

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