‘Sardar-e-Bawakar’ Sardar Mangal Singh, C.S.I. (1800 – 1879)
S/o S. Diwan Singh Ramgarhia
Sardar Mangal Singh C.S.I., S/o S. Diwan Singh had Three Sons, namely, S. Gurdit Singh (B. 1837 D. 1900), S. Suchet Singh (B. 1842. D. 1879) and S. Sher Singh (B. 1846. D. 1888). He was a prominent Sikh leader, who participated in the First and Second Anglo-Sikh Wars. He carried the Title “Sardar-i-Bawaqar” – The Sardar with Prestige.
He joined service with Maharaja Ranjit Singh and erected several Forts under supervision of S. Hari Singh Nalwa. He was sent to Peshawar to command 400 foot soldiers and 110 Sawars (Cavalrymen).
There under S.Tej Singh and S. Hari Singh Nalwa,he fought in the Battle of Jamrod in April 1837. He continued to protect the Sikh Empire at Jamraud (Peshawar) and Afghanistan from 1834 to 1839.
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Ms. NEENA SINGH
Member Sikh Legal Aid
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