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Maharaja Ranjit Singh Commemorative Volume

 
Dharam Singh (Author) Prithipal Singh Kapur (Author)
Synopsis This volume gives a glimpse of the studies on Ranjit Singh that have been done during the last six decades. The selected writings give a fair idea of the advances made in diverse areas of studies on Ranjit Singh or have interpretative bearings. Among those who stalked the land of Punjab as warriors and rulers, Ranjit Singh's name not only fascinates but shines like the pole star. The people of the Punjab have cherished his memory and his legend still lives amidst them. They have refused to believe since his death that the decline of the Sikh kingdom was inherent in the system of governance that Ranjit Singh had created. Ranjit Singh was much more to the Sikhs and the Punjab than what Shivaji was to the Marathas and Maharashtra. Shivaji was coroneted as Shivaji Chhattarpati Gau Brahmin Pritpalika. He presented himself as embodiment of Hindu Rashtra. Ranjit Singh on the other hand chose to remain the humble Singh Sahib, came to be called Sarkar by his people and he even avoided wearing emblems of royalty. He possessed humility of a broad mind, like Lenin and Lincoln.  Dimensions of Ranjit Singh's life of towering achievements have inspired scholars of history to pursue both extensive and intensive studies and multilayered researches on Ranjit Singh and his times. During the last century, from the pioneering researcher, Sita Ram Kohli to the popular writers like Khushwant Singh and Patwant Singh scores of scholars have presented credible accounts of Ranjit Singh's achievement.  This well-researched commemoration volume on Bicentenary of Maharaja Ranjit Singh's Coronation gives a good account of the studies done on him during the last six decades. The studies included in this volume will provide enough incentives to the budding scholars to delve deep in such areas as diplomacy, heterogeneous character of Khalsa Darbar, the conduct of courtiers and nobility and Khalsa ethos to make an objective assessment of Ranjit Singh whose attainments decidedly came through decency and civility and not through tyranny or barbarity.
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About the author

Dharam Singh

Dharam Singh Born in 1956 in Agra (U.P.), did B.Sc. Ag (Hons.) in 1978, M.Sc. Ag (Agronomy) in 1980, Ph.D. in 1993 and D.Sc. in 2003. He worked as Director (Research), Director (Agriculture Extension), Scientist-In-charge, Assistant Director, Senior Technical Officer and Technical Officer in different Organizations and presently holding the key position of Director General, Indian Medicinal Plants Marketing Federation (PSU). He served the nation as distinguished administrator, Planner, policy maker and agriculture architect for 37 years and developed several high yielding varieties, strains of composting worms, Phyto-hydro-absorbents for water scarce areas, Phyto-growth hormones and high valued Ayurvedic medicines. During his professional career, he has published 585 technical articles, authored 36 books, 112 booklets, 30 Evaluation Reports, 89 Project Reports, 180 leaflets & 86 folders and edited 252 volumes of scientific magazines as Editor. He delivered 171 talks at All India Radio & 92 at TV and presented 256 papers in National / International Seminar , Symposia & Conferences. For outstanding contribution, he was honored by S.D. National Integration Award (1992), National Van-Aushadhi Award (2001), National Honey Productivity Award (2003), Sarva Dharm Sadbhavna Award (2009), National Bio-Science Award (2010) & Environment Integration Award (2013). Presently, he is member of American Society of Agronomy (USA), International Society of Horticultural Sciences (Holland), Royal Horticulture Society (London), International Bee-Research Association (UK), National Honey Board (USA) and Animal Welfare Board of India and visited 62 countries.

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Bibliographic information

Title Maharaja Ranjit Singh Commemorative Volume
Format Hardcover
Date published: 27.06.2001
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Punjabi University
Language: English
isbn 8173807280
length 292p.