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Maharaja Ranjit Singh: The Last to Lay Arms Hardcover – Nov 2001


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Life and times of Maharaja Ranjit Singh of the Punjab, 1780-1839.

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Worth Reading 21 April 2009
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This book is full of information about Maharaja Ranjeet Singh that is not found in many books. The author covers various topics and details about the Maharaja. This book is short, to the point and keeps the reader engaged in reading. The only thing I did not like about this book was that the author does not give direct references to let the reader know which source he obtained what particular information. Instead, he has given list of books at the end. Many times I came across something new for which I wanted to know the source but no reference was given. The only source author has directly quoted from is "The Real Ranjit Singh" by Fakir Wahi-ud-Din. Overall good book and lot of information. Those who want to know more should read Sita Ram Kohli, J.S.Grewal and Ganda Singh's books.
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