Hari Singh Nalwa: Champion of the Khalsaji (1791-1837)

Question: Who amongst the given wrote the book of ‘Hari Singh Nalwa: Champion of the Khalsaji (1791-1837)’?
(a) Amarinder Singh
(b) Vanit Nalwa
(c) Vijay Singh Nalwa
(d) Hoshiyar Singh
Answer: (b)
Related Facts:

  • In February, 2018, Dr. Vanit Nalwa presented his book “Hari Singh Nalwa: Champion of the Khalsaji” (1791-1837) in the national archives in Delhi.
  • Maharaja Ranjit Singh called Hari Singh Nalwa, a Sikh warrior who lived in the 19th century, ‘Wah mere Raja Nal Wah’.
  • Maharaja Ranjit Singh had said those words to the bravery of Hari Singh as a child of King Nal of Mahabharata.
  • Other information related to Hari Singh Nalwa in this presentation was also shared.
  • Vanit Nalwa is a descendant of seventh generation of Hari Singh.
  • Sardar Hari Singh Nalva (1791-1837) was the Chief of Army Staff Maharaj Ranjit Singh.
  • He led many battles with the Pathans and conquered Kabul and Kashmir.
  • In the Battle of Noshera, he amicably led the army of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.


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