ALEXANDER alias MUHAMMAD SADĪQ, a European of unknown nationality, who drifted to Lahore in 1841 from Kābul, where he had served in Shāh Shujā's army, and had adopted the Muslim faith. He joined the Khālsā army as a battalion commander serving under John Holmes.


    Grey, C. , European Adventures of Northern India, 1785-1849 [Reprint]. Patiala, 1970

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