Eye witness Account by Shah Muhammad of Second Anglo-Sikh War- An Ode to the Valor and Bravery of the Khalsa Forces

 

One of the Most Read Odes in Sikh History – Vaar of Shah Muhammad

Shah Muhammad, the Lok Kavi or Bard of the Common people, narrates the entire story of the intrigues, the plots and Machiavellian tales of treachery and murders at the Lahor Darbar (Court of Maharaja Ranjit Singh)  that followed the untimely death of the most powerful and most feared (by his enemies) but also the Most Benevolent King the Punjab had ever seen (most loved by his subjects Hindu, Muslim and Sikh). One by one seven out of eight able successors to the throne were eliminated by infighting and treachery and internal plots.

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