JAI SINGH MĀN (d. 1812), son of Sarjā Siṅgh (d. 1763) of Mughal Chakk settled in the village of Mān, near Gujrāṅwālā . His family was related to the Sukkarchakkīā family by matrimony as Raṇjīt Siṅgh's father, Mahāṅ Siṅgh was married to his daughter.

        Jai Siṅgh was a constant companion of Mahāṅ Siṅgh in his military expeditions of 'Īsā Khel, Piṇḍī Bhaṭṭīāṅ, Gujrāt, Siālkoṭ, and Rasūlnagar. He also marched to Jammū with a small contingent of troops with Mahāṅ Siṅgh when in 1780 the Sukkarchakkīā forces defeated Rājā Brij Rāj Deo and plundered the town.

        Jai Siṅgh died in 1812.


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B. J. Hasrat