HARSĀ SIṄGH, GENERAL (d. 1887), son of Shām Siṅgh, was a soldier in the Khālsā army, and commanded one of the regiments of the French brigade. He had the rank of general under Mahārājā Sher Siṅgh. In 1848, he fought on the side of Dīwān Mūl Rāj at Multān. He was deprived of his jāgīrs by the British after the Punjab was annexed in 1849. During the uprising of 1857, he enlisted in the 11th Bengal Lancers as a Risāldār. He retired in 1860 with the title of Sardār. Sardār Harsā Siṅgh was a Provincial Darbārī and resided at Sultānviṇḍ, Amritsar. His son, Jasvant Siṅgh also a Risāldār in the 11th Bengal Lancers, received the Order of Merit for his services in connection with the Afghān Boundary Commission.

        Harsā Siṅgh died at Amritsar in 1887.


    Griffin, Lepel, and C.F. Massy, Chiefs and Families of Note in the Punjab. Lahore, 1909

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