Hari Singh Nalwa - Sikh Warrior

Hari Singh Nalwa - Sikh Warrior

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By Surinder Singh Johar

Published by National Book Shope in 2007, this book was published in 2012.  This is a first edition, new hardcover book.   Size: 8.5" x 5.5".  Pages: 130

 From the book: "Nalwa had a versatile brain, he took prompt decisions and never wavered. He always remembered God and the great Guru. He admired Guru Gobind Singh's war like qualities and worshipped the sword and the shield. He followed on the Guru's footsteps and fought against injustice and tyranny. Before going on any Campaign for jumping into a fray, he took Vak from Sri Guru Granth Sahib and performed Ardas. He firmly believed in the existence of one Supreme Being who is the Creator and Destroyer. Even during the worst crisis, he never lost faith in God and always achieved his motive. Nalwa was a terror for the Afghans. Even to this day, mother of children tell them to behave otherwise Nalwa would come and take them away."

Contents: 1 The Ancestors of Sardar Nalwa, 
2 Early Life, 
3 In the Court of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, 
4 Victory at Kasur, 
5 Battles of Multan, 
6 The Fort of Attock, 
7 The Annexation of Kashmir, 
8 Nalwa as Kashmir Governor, 
9 The Victor at Mangli, 
10 Under Maharaja's Protection, 
11 The Battle of Naushera, 
12 A Visit to Simla and Rupar, 
13 In Hazara Builds Shrine at Panja Sahib, 
14 The Annexation of Peshawar, 
15 The Battle of Jamraud, 
16 Martyrdom of Sardar Nalwa, 
17 The Assessment