MEHAR SIṄGH NIRMALĀ, a Sandhu Jaṭṭ belonging to the Nishānāṅvālī misl, became famous by display of bravery and courage in the latter half of the eighteenth century. He was one of the persons who figured in the Partition of Sirhind territory after the town was captured by Sikhs in 1764. He took possession of the parganah of Shāhābād and Ismā'ī llabād, in Karnāl district.


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G. S. Nayyar