LAHORE

     

    LAHORE (Princely State)

     

    STATE: Punjab ANNEXATION: 29th March 1849
    DYNASTY: Sandhu Jat RELIGION: Sikh (Sandhu Jat)

     

    PRESENT HEAD OF FAMILY: Sardar BEANT
    SINGH SANDHANWALIA
    , present Head of Family since 1978.

     

    born 1926, married and has issue, including..

    • Sardar Sukhdev Singh Sandhanwalia
    • Sardar Jaswinder Singh Sandhanwalia

     

    PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: Lahore
    was
    founded
    in
    1805,
    by Sandhu Jats, of whom Sardar Budh Singh was the first
    historically
    known ancestor, though they claim a rajput descent from Raja Jaisal,
    the founder of Jaisalmer.
    An ancestor of Budh Singh, was Bhara Mall, who lived in Gujranwala
    district and had been initiated
    into the Sikh faith by the Seventh Guru, Guru Har Rai 1644/1661. Rulers
    were…

    • Sardar Budh Singh
      [Desu], he was an affluent Jat farmer, founder of
      the village of
      Sukarchak in the Majha tract of the Punjab; he took part in battles
      under him Guru Gobind Singhji and under Banda Singh Bahadur; married
      and had issue, two
      sons. He died 1718.

      • Sardar Naudh Singh, married 1710, Sardarni Lali Kaur,
        daughter of Gulab Singh of Majitha, and had
        issue, four sons. He died
        1752 (1763).

        • Sardar Charat Singh, Misldar of the Sukerchakia misl
          1752/1772, born about 1721, he distinguished himself at an early age in
          campaigns against Ahmad
          Shah Abdali and split from the Singhpuria Misl to establish the
          Sukerchakia Misl in Gujranwala in 1752, he attacked and plundered
          Eminabad, then captured Wazirabad, and in 1761 at Sialkot put the
          Afghans there to flight, he sacked Kassur in April 1763 and again
          engaged the Afghans at Sialkot in November 1763; married 1756,
          Sardarni Desan
          Kaur Gujranwala,
          died 1778, daughter of
          Sardar Amir Singh of
          Gujranwala, and had issue. He was fatally wounded in a skirmish in 1772
          by the bursting of his own gun.

          • Sardar Mahan Singh, Misldar of the Sukerchakia misl
            1774/1792, married 1stly, 1774, Sardarni Raj
            Kaur,
            a daughter
            of Raja Gajpat
            Singh
            of Jind, married 2ndly, Bibiji Mai Kaur,
            daughter of Jai Singh Mann of Mogalchak, and had issue. He died 1792.

            • Maharaja Ranjit Singh (see below)
          • Sardar Suher Singh
          • Bibiji Raj Kaur, married Sardar Sahib Singh Gujratia,
            and had issue.

            • Bibiji (name unknown) Kaur, married
              Sardar Jodh Singh Kalalwala, and had issue.

              • Bibiji Khem Kaur, married 1816, Maharaja
                Kharrak Singh of Lahore (see below).
          • Bibiji (name unknown) Kaur, married Sardar
            Suhel
            Singh Bhangi.
        • Sardar Dall Singh
        • Sardar Chet Singh
        • Sardar Maghi Singh
        • Bibi (name unknown), married Sardar Dal Singh
          Kalianwala (died 1823).
      • Sardar Chanda Singh, married and had issue, the
        Sandhanwalia Sardars of Raja Sansi, which was founded in about 1570,
        and is the seat of this family.

        • Sardar Gulab Singh
        • Sardar Didar Singh, married and had issue. He died 1784.
          • Sardar Amir Singh, he succeeded to his family’s
            estates, and added to them before his disgrace in 1803, he accompanied
            Maharaja Ranjit Singh in the Kasur campaign of 1807, and in the
            expedition against the Muhammadan tribes between the Chenab and the
            Indus in 1810, he received the territory of Jammu in 1809, and
            Shakargarh in 1821, married and had issue. He died
            1827.

            • Sardar Lehna Singh [Lahina Singh], enjoyed the
              title of Ujjal-didar, Nirmal-buddh, Sardar-i-ba-waqar(resplendent
              presence,
              pure
              of
              intellect, the Sardar with prestige
              marked),
              married 1stly, a daughter of Sardar Sodh Singh Chinah, married 2ndly, a
              daughter of a Hill Chief, and had issue. He died 16th September 1843.

              • Sardar Pratap Singh, he adopted his nephew,
                married
                and had issue. He died 1856.

                • (A) Sardar
                  Gurbachan Singh, see below.
              • Sardar
                Thakur Singh, born 1837, appointed by the British as extra-assistant
                commissioner
                for Amritsar district, also nominated a member of the Golden Temple
                managing
                committee, founder and first President of the Sri Guru Singh Sabha in
                1873,
                appointed Prime Minister to Maharaja Dulip Singh’s emigré
                government,
                he was a distinguished scholar of Persian and Punjabi, well versed in
                Indian as well as in Muslim lore, he married the daughter of Raja Nahar
                Singh of
                Ballabhgarh,
                and his wife, Rani Kanwal Kaur, and had issue. He died 18th August 1887
                in Pondicherry(#4),
                his cremated remains were returned to his ancestral seat of Rajasansi.

                • Sardar Gurbachan Singh, born 1855, adopted by
                  Sardar Pratap Singh, his
                  uncle; he was nominated to the Statutory Civil
                  Service and was in 1886 working as an assistant commissioner in the
                  Punjab, Prime Minister to Maharaja Dulip Singh’s emigré
                  government
                  following his father’s death; in 1899 he entered the
                  service of the Raja of Nahan, becoming a district judge in 1911,
                  married Sardarni Asil Kaur, died 17th August
                  1932, and had issue. He died spm after 1911 in Nahan.

                  • Bibiji Baldev Kaur, married and had issue.
                    • Rajwant Singh
                    • Dhanraj Singh, married and had issue.
                      • Prithraj Singh
                      • Bawishraj Singh
                  • Bibiji Karam Kaur
                • Sardar Bakhsish Singh, born 1862, adopted by
                  Sardar
                  Shamsher Singh, married and
                  had
                  issue. He died 1907.

                  • Sardar Raghbir Singh, married and had issue.
                    • Major Sardar Bahadur Harinder Singh, died
                      1972.
                • Sardar Narinder Singh, born 1863 or 1868,
                  adopted by
                  Kunwar Dharam Singh of
                  Dadri,
                  he was allowed to return to British India in 1890, married a daughter
                  of Raja Umrao Singh of Kuchesar, and had issue, four
                  sons and three daughters.

                  • Sardar Dalpat Singh, married and had issue.
                    • Sardar Tajinder Singh
                  • Sardar Kirpal Singh, married and had issue.
                    • Sardar Sukhraj Singh, married and had issue.
                      • Sardar Gurshinder Singh
                      • Sardar Amrit Pal Singh
                    • Sardar Gurcharan Singh, married and had
                      issue.

                      • Sardar Avtar Singh
                      • Sardar Rajpal Singh
                    • Sardar Pukhraj Singh
                  • Sardar Rajendra Singh, married and had issue.
                    • Sardar Bhupinder Singh
                  • Sardar Bachitar Singh, married and had issue.
                    • Sardar Surinder Singh, married and had
                      issue.

                      • Sardar Jaipriy Singh
                      • Sardar Kanwar Prit Singh
                    • Sardar Ravinder Singh
                    • Sardar Joginder Singh, married and had
                      issue.

                      • Sardar Harkrishan Singh
                      • Sardar Atamjit Singh
                    • Sardar Rupinder Singh, married and had
                      issue.

                      • Sardar Satinder Pal Singh
                  • Jasbir Kaur, born about 1912, (mother-in-law
                    of
                    Lieut-Col Jagga Singh Kahlon
                    (retd)).
                • Sardar Gurdit Singh (see below)
                • Bibiji (name unknown) Kaur, married
                  Sardar
                  Bhagwan Singh Bahadur Jalawalia of Alawalpur, born 1866.
            • Sardar Basawa Singh, married a daughter of Raja
              Sansar Chand II of Kangra, and had
              issue, as well as further issue.

              • Sardar Ajit Singh, on 15th September 1843, as
                Maharaja Sher Singh was
                inspecting
                troops in the Baradari of Shah Bilaval, Ajit Singh shot him dead with
                an
                English rifle which he cunningly pretended to present to the Maharaja
                for
                inspection. As the Maharaja fell, Ajit Singh drew his sword and severed
                his head. The senior Sandhanwalia Lahina Singh murdered the Maharaja’s
                minor son, Tikka Partap Singh in a garden close by. Later, inside the
                Lahore
                Fort, while apportioning the office of prime minister among themselves,
                Ajit Singh killed Dhian Singh on the spot. Hira Singh, son of Dhian
                Singh,
                and his uncle, Suchet Singh, aroused a section of the army, and
                besieged
                the Fort on 16th September 1843, and in the resultant action both Ajit
                Singh and Lahina Singh were slain. Their heads were cut off and bodies
                quartered and hung on the different gates of the city, married Bibiji
                Kakoh Kaur, daughter of Sardar Fateh Singh Mann of Manawala. He died 16th
                September
                1843.
              • Sardar Ranjodh Singh (by a secondary union),
                married and had issue, one
                son. He died June 1864.

                • Sardar Randhir Singh of Raja Sansi, born 1856 (#3),
                  married and had issue.

                  • Sardar Balwant Singh, married and had issue.
                    • Sardar Sashpal Singh, died spm in
                      1984.
            • Sardar
              Budh Singh, he entered military service under Maharaja Ranjit Singh in
              1811, and afterwards was sent ot Bahawalpur to collect tax arrears, he
              captured in battle the forts of Mojghar and Jamghar in
              1821, for which he received the jagirs of Kalar and Nirali; he also
              commanded a Sikh force in the battle of Tin in 1823 after which he fell
              from favour, but after a victory at Peshawar he was reinstated, dying
              shortly afterwards, married
              1stly, a daughter of Sardar Hukum Singh Attariwala, married 2ndly, a
              daughter of Mian Asa Singh of Jasrota, and had issue. He died
              of cholera in 1827.

              • Sardar
                Shamsher Singh, born 1816, he distinguished himself as a soldier and
                served on active
                duty in the Peshawar area, he was appointed a member of the Council of
                Regency in December
                1846, he was placed in charge of the civil and
                military establishments in Amritsar by the Resident in February 1848,
                he was appointed a Magistrate within his
                jagir in February 1862; married a daughter of Sardar Sudh Singh Chinah,
                and had adoptive issue. He
                died sp in 1871.

                • (A) Sardar
                  Bakhsish Singh (see above)
            • Sardar Attar Singh, carried the titles Ujjal
              Didar
              [of
              immaculate
              appearance], Nirmal Buddh [of clear intelligence], Sardar-i-ba-Wagar
              [the Sardar with prestige], Kasir-ul-Igtadar [eagle of power], Sardar-i-Garoh-i-Namdar
              [leader of the renowned group], ‘All Taba‘ [of exalted nature], Shuja’-ud-Daula
              [valour of the State], Sardar Atar Singh Shamsher-i Jang
              Bahadur

              [the valiant sword of battle], lived in exile at Thanesar along with
              the
              few remnants of the Sandhanwalia family who had escaped destruction in
              1843, married a daughter of Sardar Jai Singh Mann, and had issue. He
              died in May 1844.

              • Sardar Kehar Singh, imprisoned by Maharaja Sher
                Singh in January 1842
                for
                conspiring against the State, he was exiled to Thanesar in British
                territory
                where
                he died, married Sardarni Har Kaur, and had issue, one daughter. He
                died in February
                1864 at Thanesar.

                • Bibiji (name
                  unknown
                  ) Kaur, married 1864, Sardar Sarup Singh of Malwai.
            • Sardar Jaimal Singh, died 1810.
          • Sardar Ratan Singh, married and had issue.
            • Sardar Khazan Singh, married and had issue.
              • Sardar Jagat Singh, married and had issue.
                • Sardar Dhian Singh, married and had issue.
                  • Sardar Arjan Singh, married and had issue.
                    • Sardar Ajaipal Singh
                    • Sardar Darshan Singh
                    • Sardar Sevinder Pal Singh
                  • Sardar Avtar Singh
                  • Sardar Kartar Singh, married and had issue.
                    • Sardar Jagjit Singh
                    • Sardar Bhupinder Singh, married and had
                      issue.

                      • Sardar Nilinder Singh
                    • Sardar Devinder Singh, married and had
                      issue.

                      • Sardar Gobind Singh
                  • Sardar Niranjan Singh, married and had issue.
                    • Sardar Roop Singh
                • Sardar Bhagwan Singh
                • Sardar Ram Singh
              • Sardar Bhagat Singh, married and had issue.
                • Sardar Buta Singh, married and had issue.
                  • Sardar Ujagar Singh
              • Sardar Gopal Singh, married and had issue.
                • Sardar Balwant Singh, married and had issue.
                  • Sardar Apar Singh, married and had issue.
                    • Sardar Kanwal Nain Singh
                    • Sardar Harnarain Singh
            • Sardar Nadhan Singh, married and had issue.
              • Sardar Dasondha Singh
          • Sardar Gurmukh Singh, married and had issue.
            • Sardar Fateh Singh, married and had issue.
              • Sardar Kishen Singh, married and had issue.
                • Sardar Bur Singh
                • Sardar Jawand Singh
                • Sardar Jiwan Singh
            • Sardar Kahan Singh, married and had issue.
              • Sardar Basant Singh, married and had issue.
                • Sardar Harnam Singh, married and had issue.
                  • Sardar Balwant Singh, married and had issue.
                    • Sardar Angad Singh, married and had issue.
                      • Sardar Harjit Singh
                      • Sardar Manprit Bir Singh
                    • Sardar Iqbal Singh, married and had issue.
                      • Sardar Mohinder Singh
                      • Sardar Himmat Singh
                      • Sardar Harinder Singh
                    • Sardar Sukhwant Singh
                  • Sardar Saran Singh
                • Sardar Gurcharan Singh, married and had issue.
                  • Sardar Bakhsish Singh, married and had issue.
                    • Sardar Hardip Singh
                    • Sardar Amrik Singh
                  • Sardar Kartar Singh, married and had issue.
                    • Sardar Rajinder Singh
                    • Sardar Harbans Singh
                    • Sardar Balbir Singh
                  • Sardar Pritam Singh
            • Sardar Sham Singh, married and had issue.
              • Sardar Lal Singh
            • Sardar Sher Singh, married and had issue.
              • Sardar Nihal Singh
              • Sardar Mastan Singh
              • Sardar Bhag Singh
              • Sardar Pratap Singh
            • Sardar Baghel Singh, married and had issue.
              • Sardar Sarmukh Singh
              • Sardar Khushal Singh
          • Sardar Gurbaksh Singh
    • Maharaja RANJIT SINGH,
      Maharaja
      of
      Lahore
      1801/1839 and Misldar of the Sukerchakia misl 1792/1801, born
      13th November 1780 in
      Gujranwala,
      he assumed the title of
      Maharaja in April 1801, married 16 wives, including amongst others
      1stly, 1796, Rani Mahtab
      Kaur, born 1780, died
      1840, married 2ndly, 1798, Rani Datar Kaur [Raj Kaur], daughter of
      Nakai
      Sardar Khazan Singh, died 1818, married 3rdly, 1813, Rani Ratan Kaur,
      married
      4thly, 1835, Maharani Jind Kaur, died 1st August 1863 in London and had
      issue. He died 27th June 1839 in Lahore.

      • Maharaja Kharak Singh (by second wife)(qv)
      • Kunwar Ishwar Singh (by 1st wife), born 1804, died 1805.
      • Maharaja Sher Singh (twin son of first wife)(qv)
      • Shahzada
        Tara Singh, born December 1807 (twin son of first
        wife), an imbecile, he was supported by his brother; married 1stly,
        Rani Dharam Kaur Randhavi, daughter of Sardar Jodh Singh of Randhawa,
        married
        2ndly, Rani Nand Kaur, died 1843, daughter of Chanda Singh. He died sp September 1859.
      • Kunwar Multana Singh (by third wife), born 1819, married
        Rani Chand Kaur,
        and
        had issue. He died 1848.

        • Kunwar Kishan Singh (by Chand Kaur), born 1840.
        • Kunwar Kesra Singh (by Chand Kaur), born 1842.
        • Kunwar Arjan Singh (by Man Kaur, concubine), born 1840.
      • Kunwar Kashmira Singh (by Daya Kaur), born 1821, he was
        granted the
        jagir
        of Sialkot, married and had issue. He died 7th May 1844.

        • Kunwar Fateh Singh, born 1844.
      • Kunwar Peshaura Singh (by third wife), born 1823, married
        and had issue. He died
        30th August 1845.

        • Kunwar Jagjit Singh, born 1843.
      • HH Maharaja Dhuleep Singh (by fourth wife)(qv)
    • Maharaja KHARAK SINGH,
      Maharaja
      of
      Lahore
      1839/1840, born 31st January 1802,
      married 1stly,
      February 1812, Maharani Chand Kaur (qv), married 2ndly, 1816,
      Maharani Bibi Khem Kaur Dhillon, daughter of Sardar Jodh Singh
      Kalalwala, married 3rdly,
      1818, Rani Kishan Kaur, daughter of Chaudhri Raja Singh of Samra,
      married 4thly (by chaddar-dalna),
      1815,
      Rani
      Ishar
      Kaur,
      daughter
      (or sister) of Sardar Mangal Singh Sandhu of Sirarivali,
      in Sialkot
      district
      of
      the Punjab, committed sati on 5th November 1840, and had issue.
      He
      died 4th November
      1840 and was cremated the next day.

      • Maharaja Naunihal Singh (by Chand Kaur)(qv)
    • Maharaja
      NAUNIHAL SINGH
      , Maharaja of Lahore 1840 (4th to 5th November),
      born 9th March
      1821, married
      1stly, in March 1837, Maharani Sahib Kaur [Bibiji Nanaki], died
      November 1856, daughter of
      Sardar Shyam
      Singh Attariwala, married 2ndly, Rani Sahib Kaur,
      died 1841, daughter of Sardar Gurditt Singh Gilwaliwala, married 3rdly,
      Rani Bhadauran, committed sati
      in November 1840, daughter of Sardar Jawahar Singh of Bhadaur, married
      4thly,
      Rani Katochan, committed sati
      in November 1840, daughter of Mian Rai Singh, illegitimate son of Mian
      Fateh Singh of Lambagraon. He died sp
      on 5th November 1840.

      • Stillborn son, born July 1841.
    • Maharani Chand Kaur Kunwar,
      Maharani
      of
      Lahore
      1840/1841, born 1802 in
      Fatehpur, daughter of
      Sardar Jaimal Singh of the Kanhaiya misl, proclaimed the
      Maharani
      of the Punjab, with the title of Malika Muqaddasa (Emperess
      Immaculate)
      on 2nd December 1840, she relinquished her claim to the throne on 17th
      January
      1841 and was pensioned off with a jagir worth 900,000 rupees annually,
      married February 1812, Maharaja Kharak Singh, and had issue. She died
      12th
      June 1842 and was cremated the next day.
    • Maharaja SHER SINGH,
      Maharaja
      of
      Lahore
      1841/1843, born December 1807, ascended
      the throne
      on 29th January 1841, with the tilak ceremony being performed a
      week later, married 1stly, 1819, Rani Desa Kaur, died sp in 1821, daughter of Sardar Mhor
      Singh Nakai, married 2ndly, 1822, Maharani Prem Kaur, born 1809,
      daughter of Hari
      Singh,
      received a pension of 7,200Rs per mensem after 1843, married
      2ndly,
      1825, Maharani Pratap Kaur, daughter of Chaudhri Jagat Singh of Kot
      Kapura,
      died 23rd August 1857, married 3rdly, July 1842, Rani Dakno Devi,
      daughter
      of Mian Narendar Singh of Suket, died at
      Rai Bareilly as prisoner of the British, and
      had issue. He died 15th September 1843.

      • Tikka Pratap Singh (by Prem Kaur), born 1831, died 15th
        September 1843.
      • Kunwar Dewa Singh (by Chand Kaur, his sister-in-law),
        born 1838, died 1874.
      • Kunwar Narain Singh, married and had issue.(#1)
        • Kunwar Harnam Singh
        • Kunwar Attar Singh
      • Shahzada Bahadur Shah Dev Singh (by
        Rani Dakno),
        born
        1843 [1844 (#2)],
        he was granted the Taluk of Pandriganeshpur in Oudh in 1864; married in
        April 1860, a daughter of Sardar Fateh Singh, Jagirdar of Suga (see
        Shamgarh), and had
        issue.
        He
        died at Rai Bareilly as prisoner of the British.

        • Kunwar Sukh Dev Singh
        • Kunwar Bas Dev Singh
        • HH Maharani Harbans Kaur, married Maj.
          HH
          Rais
          ud-Daulah
          Sipahdar
          ul-Mulk
          Maharajadhiraj Sri Sawai Maharaja Rana Nihal Singh
          Lokindra
          Bahadur Diler Jung Jai Deo of
          Dholpur,
          and
          had
          issue.

          • Lt.-Col. HH
            Rais
            ud-Daulah Sipahdar
            ul-Mulk Saramad Rajha-i-Hind Maharajadhiraj Sri Sawai Maharaja Rana Sir
            Udaibhan Singh Lokindra Bahadur Diler Jung Jai Deo
            of Dholpur.
      • Kunwar Bakshish Singh
      • Kunwar Thakur Singh
      • (A) Kunwar
        Karan Singh, born 1838, son of a Zamindar of Mukerian, adopted (1838)
        son of Rani Dharam Kaur, first wife of Shahzada Tara Singh.
    • HH Maharaja DHULEEP SINGH,
      Maharaja
      of
      Lahore
      1843/1893, born 5th September
      1838, married 1stly,
      6th July 1864 in Cairo, HH Maharani Bamba Müller, born 1847, died
      18th
      September 1887 in Suffolk, married 2ndly, May 1889 in Paris, Ada
      Douglas Wetherill,
      born 1867, died August 1930, and had issue. He died 23rd October 1893
      in
      Paris.

      • HH Maharaja Victor Albert Jay Dhuleep Singh (qv)
      • HH Maharaja Frederick Victor Dhuleep Singh (qv)
      • Princess Bamba Sofia Jindan Duleep Singh, born 29th
        September 1869
        in London,
        married
        Dr. Sutherland. She died sp 3rd October 1957 in Lahore.
      • Princess Catherine Hilda Duleep Singh, born 27th October
        1871,
        died sp
        1947.
      • Princess Sophia Alexandra Duleep Singh, born 8th August
        1876, died sp
        22nd
        August 1948.
      • Prince Albert Edward Alexander Dhuleep Singh, born 20th
        August
        1879 in Suffolk,
        died 22nd April 1893 in Suffolk.
      • Princess Paulina Alexandra Duleep Singh, born 26th
        December 1887,
        married J.S.
        Torry.
        She died sp.
      • Princess Ada Irene Helen Beryl Duleep Singh, born 25th
        October
        1889, married
        M.Villement. She died sp October 1926 in Monaco.
    • HH Maharaja VICTOR
      ALBERT JAY DHULEEP SINGH
      , ‘Maharaja of Lahore’
      1893/1918, born 10th
      July 1866 in London, married 4th January 1898, Lady Anne Blanche
      Coventry, born 27th January 1874, died sp 2nd July 1956, daughter of Lord
      George William Coventry, 9th Earl of Coventry. He died sp
      7th June 1918.
    • HH Maharaja FREDERICK VICTOR DHULEEP SINGH, ‘Maharaja of
      Lahore’
      1918/1926, born 28th
      January 1868 in London, died unmarried 15th August 1926 in Norfolk.
    • Sardar GURDIT SINGH
      SANDHANWALIA
      , Head of the Family 1926/-, as his older brothers
      were all adopted out, he became the only legal heir to his father, he
      applied for forgiveness of
      the government for himself and his brothers which was granted in 1890,
      and returned to British India, and living at Manariwala, following the
      resumption of the
      jagir, he and his brothers were granted an annual income of 1,200Rs,
      married and
      had issue.

      • Sardar Sarup Singh, died before 1947.
      • Sardar Pritam Singh (qv)
    • Sardar PRITAM SINGH
      SANDHANWALIA
      , Head of the Family -/1978, born 1897, after
      Independence, he received
      in compensation, a politicial sufferer’s grant of 6,000Rs from the
      Punjab government, married
      and had issue.
      He died 1978.

      • Sardar Beant Singh Sandhanwalia (qv)
    • Sardar BEANT SINGH
      SANDHANWALIA
      , Head of the Family (see above)

    OTHER MEMBERS:

    • Sardar Gurpal Singh Sandhu, married Maharajkumari Jai Inder
      Kaur Sahiba, daughter of Capt. HH
      Maharajadhiraj
      Shri Amarinder Singh of Patiala, by
      his wife, HH Maharani Parneet
      Kaur, and has issue.

      • Kanwar Angad Singh Sandhu

     

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