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Kunwar Singh of Jagdishpur & Kunwar Singh on a hunting expedition

December 31, 1856
Mirza Firuz Shah
Bahadur Shah II 1837–1857

Kunwar Singh of Jagdishpur & Kunwar Singh on a hunting expedition



Kunwar Singh of Jagdishpur In Bihar, the Revolt of 1857 was led by Babu Kunwar Singh, an old Rajput chieftain of Jagdishpur, in Shahabad district. He placed himself at the head of the Danapur Sepoys who had revolted on 25 July 1957. In spite of military reverses he remained undaunted and continued to defy the foreign rulers. He fought honourably and bravely and ultimately died a victor in his village of Jagdishpur. Kunwar Singh on a hunting expedition.


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Very good information.


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