three temples constructed. Narinder Singh died at Patiala on 13 November 1862 after a short illness and was succeeded by his ten-year-old son, Maharaja Mohinder Singh (1852-1876). was unable to regain his strength, and died on the in his radiant eyes, he performed great heroic acts of valour at Rawalpindi. stands was visited by the ninth Sikh Guru, Guru Tegh Bahadur, when he To reduce this, the district of Khumanun, which has been before described, was made over to Pattiala, the Government giving up the commutation tax of Rs. :* No. Babaji while looking deep into father’s eyes had said-. father, hailed from an aristocratic family of Ahluwalia Chieftains of Govindgarh or Batindah, Ramgarh or Ghuram, Sahibgarh or Pael, Fatahgarh or Sirhind, Alamgarh or Nandpur Kaloar. He stopped the vehicle and called the person. Maharaja Narinder Singh This room is named after Maharaja Narinder Singh, the son of Maharaja Karam Singh who aided the British with supplies and carriages during the first Anglo- Sikh war and the uprising of 1857 and was rewarded with additional estates in return. During the disturbances of 1857-58, no prince in India showed greater loyalty or rendered more conspicuous service to the British Government than the Maharaja of Pattiala. *. Once again he was rewarded with estates and with new titles and honours. 1,100, 31 articles of dress and two horses ; and the Maharaja of Jodhpur Rs. The North zone culture centre is situated in the sheesh Mahal. 161, dated 23rd February. and without any warm clothes. and his son Maharaja Narinder Singh took special interest in He also raised a gurdwara outside of Motibagh Palace commemorating Guru Tegh Bahadur’s visit. Maharajas Diner: Blücherstraße 10: 75177 Pforzheim: Telefon: 07231 1542593: Telefax: 07231 5689026: Inhaber Narinder Singh Samra: Aufsichtsbehörde: Pforzheim (Baden-Württemberg) ist bereit, an einem Streitbeilegungsverfahren vor einer Verbraucherschlichtungsstelle teilzunehmen. Die Europäische Kommission stellt eine Plattform zur Online-Streitbeilegung (OS) bereit, die Sie unter … Maharaja Narinder Singh, who constructed all its fullness. The third was Bishan Kour, born in 1849, and married, in 1859, to Maharaja Jaswant Singh of Bharatpur. I still remember there was no blanket left If, however, at any time any Maharaja of Pattiala, should die without male issue and without adopting a successor, it will still be open to the Rajas of Nabha and Jhind, in concert with the Commissioner or Political Agent of the British Government, to select a Clause X.—The Maharaja and his successors, &c., will always pursue the same course of fidelity and devotion to the British Government, and the Government will always be ready to uphold the honor and dignity of the Maharaja and his house. traditions of the city of Patiala, it is indeed interesting to record that had been surrounded by Him the most dreaded and notorious dacoits had Both He later became an Indian revolutionary. Maharaja Narinder Singh, who ruled over the state from 1845 AD to 1862 AD, got of a separate judicial and revenue establishment. Narinder Singh died at Patiala on 13 November 1862 after a short illness and was succeeded by his ten-year-old son, Mohinder Singh. of the country No account could possibly be kept of the numerous deadly 8, dated 1st June 1886. It is situated behind the MotiBagh Palace. He, During the absence of the Maharaja, the Commissioner of the Cis-Satlej States, at the request of the Chief, was directed to exercise a general supervision over the affairs of the Pattiala State, aiding with his counsel the officers who had been appointed to conduct the administration of the country, and taking care that the wishes of the Maharaja were loyally carried out.*.