Jassa Singh Ramgarhia (1723 - 1803) was a prominent Sikh leader during the period of the Sikh Confederacy. He became the Misldar (Chief/Leader) of the Ramgarhia Army (misl). This period was an interlude, lasting roughly from the time of the death of Banda Singh Bahadur in 1716 to the founding of the Sikh Empire in 1801. The period is also sometimes described as the Age of the Misls.
Jassa Singh Ramgarhia is not to be confused with Jassa Singh Ahluwalia; both were prominent Misldars of separate powerful Sikh army groups, called Misls. Ramgarhia's father was called Giani Bhagwan Singh.
MAHARAJA JASSA SINGH RAMGARHIA SIKH WELFARE FORUM WAS ESTABLISHED WITH THE FOLLOWING MAJOR OBJECTIVES –
- PROGRESS OF THE SIKH RAMGARHIA MISL IN & AROUND NAGPUR
- PROVIDING PLATFORM FOR THE SOCIAL GATHERING OF SIKH RAMGARHIA COMMUNITY
- ENCOURING & MOTIVATING SIKH YOUTH TO LIVE A GOOD GURSIKH LIFE AS PER THE REHAT MARYADA OF SIKHISM
- MOTIVATING SIKHS TO BE FIRM ON DAILY NITNEM
- EXTENDING SUPPORT TO FINANCIALLY WEAKER SIKH FAMILIES ON EDUCATION, MARRIAGES, JOBS, TRAINING, MEDICAL TREATMENTS ETC.