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The Great Sikh Warrior: Baghel Singh

 
Avtar Singh Berar (Author)
Synopsis Baghel Singh was a tall and handsome young Sardar of wheatish complexion and had grey eyes. He was brave and daring, financially well off and large hearted. He was not afraid of anything and moved about as fearlessly as a lion in the jungle. He was a good horseman, an excellent marksman who could wield his sword as deftly as his gun. His powerful metallic voice could strike terror in the heart of many a warrior. Even his attire reflected his imposing personality. He dealt with his enemies without remorse, but was extremely gentle and kind with the poor, the helpless and the underprivileged. Sardar Baghel Singh earned nine lakh rupees annually from the land he ruled, which spread far and wide. He had a powerful position but he never misused it. On the contrary, he displayed equality, integrity and wisdom in all his actions and decisions, Farmers, traders and shopkeepers admired him for his fair and just treatment for everyone, irrespective of power and status. The area under his control was divided into three different parts-the first was Hariana is Hoshiarpur, the second Chhalodi near Karnal and the third Kalanaur. However, all historians agree that it was Baghel Singh only who had delivered severe blow to the Mughal power from which they never recovered. Baghel Singh has an important place in the annals of Sikh history. He has left an indelible mark on seven historical Gurdwaras in Delhi. During the reign of the Mughal emperor, Shah Alam II, he boldly and fearlessly constructed seven Gurdwaras.
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About the author

Avtar Singh Berar

Born in 1931, Col. A.S. Berar was commissioned into the Indian Army in June 1953.  After serving in various capacities he retired in 1980 and settled in Delhi.  A journey on foot in 1990 from Delhi to Hemkunt, a distance of 500 km, was the inspiration for, and the genesis of, his research on Hemkunt Sahib.  In 1997 he visited Kailash Mansarovar.  Accounts of both yatras have been published in Punjabi.  His other interests include growing cacti, creating bonsais, philately and sculpture.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Great Sikh Warrior: Baghel Singh
Format Hardcover
Date published: 26.06.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher National Book Shop
Language: English
isbn 8171164420
length 120p.
Subjects History