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British relations with the Cis-Sutlej states, 1809-1823

Mian Bashir Ahmed Farooqi

British relations with the Cis-Sutlej states, 1809-1823

by Mian Bashir Ahmed Farooqi

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Published by s.n.] in [Lahore? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • British -- India.,
  • Punjab -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    SeriesPublications - Punjab Government Record Office -- Monograph no. 19
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS485P2 F37
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 58, vii p. --
    Number of Pages58
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20259073M

    The Northern Circars (also spelt Sarkars) was a division of British India 's Madras Presidency. It consisted of a narrow slip of territory lying along the western side of the Bay of Bengal from 15° 40′ to 20° 17′ north latitude, in the present-day Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha. Auckland Papers Comprising private correspondence and letters of Lord Auckland, governor-general of India (), now available in the British Library and Museum, London, provide interesting sidelights on political affairs in the Punjab (), Sindh and Afghanistan, and also furnish useful information on the military power of the Sikhs, and persons and politics at the court of.

    farooqi, b.a., British Relations with the Cis-Sutlej States (Lahore, ) fatemi, n.s., Diplomatic History of Persia, Anglo-Russian Power in Iran (New York, ) Fleming, r.p., Bayonets to Lhasa: The First Full Account of the British Invasion of Tibet in (London, ) francis, r.m., The British Withdrawal from the Baghdad. The Cis-Sutlej states, including Kaithal, Patiala, Jind, Thanesar, Maler Kotla, and Faridkot, were under the suzerainty of the Scindhia dynasty of the Maratha Empire, following the Second Anglo-Maratha War of –, when Marathas lost this territory to the British. During the war, some of the states in the region gave their allegiance to British General Gerard Lake.

    Background of coinage and catalog by mint of specimens. Extensive numismatic and historical background make this a good introductory work, and the color photos of each coin (some overexposed) create a great visual supplement to Herrli. Not a type catalog. No medals or Cis-sutlej states/5(2).   Part 1 here. Background. The general Indian masses are taught that Sikhs sided with the British East India Company during the revolt of The Sikh princely states of Patiala and others in Cis Sutlej area definitely supported British during the Sepoy Mutiny but so did the Maratha states (Scindia, Gaekwad & Holkar) and Rajput states (Jaipur, Jodhpur and Hill Rajputs including Jammu).


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British relations with the Cis-Sutlej states, 1809-1823 by Mian Bashir Ahmed Farooqi Download PDF EPUB FB2

British Relations with the CIS-Sutlej States () Hardcover – January 1, by Mian Bashir Ahmed Farooq (Author)Author: Mian Bashir Ahmed Farooq. Get this from a library. British relations British relations with the Cis-Sutlej states the Cis-Sutlej States.

[Bashir Ahmed Farooqi]. The Cis-Sutlej states were a group of small states in Punjab region in the 19th century, lying between the Sutlej River on the north, the Himalayas on the east, the Yamuna River and Delhi District on the south, and Sirsa District on the west.

These states were under the suzerainty of the Scindhia dynasty of the Maratha Punjabi kingdoms of the Cis-Sutlej states paid tributes to the. A Study of British Relations with the Native States of India, –62 - Volume 26 Issue 2 - Bhupen Qanungo Book chapters will be unavailable on Saturday 24th August between 8ampm BST.

This is for essential maintenance which will provide improved performance going by: 2. The rapid successes of Ranjit Singh made his intervention in the affairs of the Cis-Sutlej States inevitable. Quarrels among the local Sikh chiefs, and an appeal for his help by some of them, gave him.

The treaty settled Indo-Sikh relations for a generation. The immediate occasion was the French 1809-1823 book to northwestern India, following Napoleon’s Treaty of Tilsit with Russia () and Ranjit Singh’s attempt to bring the Cis-Sutlej states under his control.

Patiala. Area: 5, sq. tion: 1,Revenue,00, rupees. THE Maharaja of Patiala is the recognised chief of the Phulkean tribe, so called from the ancestor, Choudhari Phul, a peasant, who founded a village in the Nabha territory. The second son of Phul, by name Rama, laid the foundations of the sovereign state now known as Patiala.

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[ ]. While these Sikh states had been set up by the Dal Khalsa, they did not become part of the Sikh Empire and there was a mutual ban on warfare following the treaty of Amritsar in (in which the empire forfeited the claim to the Cis-Sutlej States, and the British were not to interfere north of the Sutlej or in the empire's existing territory Capital: Lahore.

Part 1 here By Inderjeet Singh The author is a Nottingham (UK) based amateur historian with a keen interest in Punjab and Sikh history. Background Rebel Sikhs in (57K)The general Indian masses are taught that Sikhs sided with the British East India Company during the revolt of The Sikh princely states of Patiala Continue reading "The Untold Story of the Sikhs Who Participated in.

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So, he sought to establish his sway over the cis-Sutlej states which were informally under the British protection. He crossed the Sutlej, and in occupied Ludhiana and some more territory.

The Sikh states appealed to the British for protection. The British also thought Ranjit Singh’s advances injurious to. Similarly, Malta was a British protectorate between the capitulation of the French in and the Treaty of Paris of The princely states of India was another example of how indirect rule was used during the time of Empire.

So too were many of the West African holdings. Other British protectorates. 'This book is a groundbreaking study of the rise of the British imperial security regime in the nineteenth century.

James L. Hevia’s mastery of rare military archives demystifies the trope of the Great Game and provides an extraordinarily detailed analysis of how the geopolitical boundaries of Asia were produced through a proliferation of route books, maps and statistics, and other apparati Author: James Hevia.

Administration under the Company (–) The East India Company, which was incorporated on 31 Decemberestablished trade relations with Indian rulers in Masulipatam on the east coast in and Surat on the west coast in The company rented a small trading outpost in Madras in Bombay, which was ceded to the British Crown by Portugal as part of the wedding dowry of.

iv The Pedigree of Maharaja Ranjit Singh: v Rise of Maharaja Ranjit Singh ( to A.D.) vi Political Condition of the Punjab and Policy of Ranjit Singh ( A.D. to A.D.) vii Relations with Cis-Sutlej Sikh States and Other Conquests ( A.D.

To. Chapter 6 – Tour in Cashmere and Thibet with Sir Henry Lawrence – Promotion and Transfer to cis-Sutlej Provinces. CAMP, EN ROUTE TO CASHMERE, June 10th, Your letter from Paris reached me just as I was preparing to start from Umritsur to join Sir Henry Lawrence and accompany him to Cashmere.

From the Jacket. Handwritten newsletters or akhbarat were vital to the functioning of the Mughal regime.

Each ruler appointed his own news writer, akhbar nawis at as many focal po. RAJAS OF THE PUNJAB, by Sir Lepel H. Griffin, first published in and reprinted in by the Languages Department, Punjab, Patiala, contains accounts of the principal Sikh princely states in the Punjab and of their political relations with the paramount author admits that the title of the work is open to objection because of the omission from it of some of the important chiefs.

The relations of the British Government with the Sikh state at the time of Runjeet’s death were in the charge of the present Sir Claude Wade, who in April was succeeded by Mr Clerk. Mr Clerk becoming Lieutenant-Governor of Agra inresigned the frontier agency to Lieutenant-Colonel Richmond, who in his turn gave way to the.

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Lord Hastings and the Indian states: Being a study of the relations of the British government in India with the Indian statesAuthor: Mehta.Ranjit Singh rise to power with special reference to his relations with Misals.

SECTION–B 3. Sikh-Afghan relations: Conquests of Attock, Multan, Kashmir and Peshawar. 4. Maharaja Ranjit Singh's relations with the British: a) Cis-Sutlej States b) Sind Tangle c) Tripartite Treaty SECTION–C 5.

The punjab regiment was most likely created from the soldiers supplied by the cis-sutlej states (Maharaja Patiala, Nabha and Jind and modern day Haryana) that were under the protectorate of British when Ranjit Singh was ruling the area beyond Sutlej.

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