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  • Khushwant Ahluwalia ()
    8/1/2009 4:48:40 AM

    Sir Lepel Griffin writes that Duleep Singh was not Ranjit Singh's son. Any evidence to counter his argument?

  • tejveer singh nandra (hounslow)
    7/28/2009 7:11:39 AM

    i have been looking at sikh history as a hobby to see what my sikh history have done thank you for this website where i can learn about are last king.. but shouldnt the english goverment hand half the rights of the crown to the sikh commuinty as that stone belongs to the sikhs.

  • Leslie Sutain-Mai Jindan ()
    7/20/2009 2:43:02 AM

    Duleep Singh has reincarnated as Ranjit Singhs prophesied son. 'There will be agitation in London & Russia when Duleep Singh will unite the World in a new faith' The 300 page book with photo's and dates will prove this and more....Mai Jindan

  • Preet Singh ()
    6/23/2009 2:23:21 AM

    we must try and get the artifacts of Maharaja Ranjit Singh and Dulip Singh back to a Sikh museum where they belong

  • Jacquie Bell ()
    6/2/2008 8:38:58 AM

    I wa playing around on the internet today. Put in my house address trying to find something. A connection to Lahore came up. This interested me as I knew my house had connection with an Indian Princess but I thought she was from Lucknow. Instead I found the connection with Princess Bamba , daughter of Duleep Singh. Her husband Lt Col Sutherland died at Braeside Belhaven Dunbar in April 1939. She died in Lahore in 1957.