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You decide… Was Rani Jind Kaur on the side of the Sikhs or the British?

Getting to Know Rani Jind Kaur

Thursday
,
28
March
2024

Embark on a journey through the intricate tapestry of history as we delve into the complex question surrounding Rani Jind Kaur's allegiance.

Embark on a journey through the intricate tapestry of history as we delve into the complex question surrounding Rani Jind Kaur's allegiance. Join us as scholars and historians present divergent perspectives, exploring the multifaceted dynamics of her life and reign.


Was Maharani Jind Kaur a staunch defender of Sikh sovereignty, bravely resisting British encroachment and steadfastly supporting Panjabi rebels? Or did she strategically navigate treacherous political waters, aligning herself with the British to secure her own power and influence?Unravel the enigmatic legacy of Rani Jind Kaur and draw your own conclusions.

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Santbir Singh

Research Associate

Santbir Singh is a Research Associate with SikhRI. He is currently doing his Ph.D. in Sociology at York University. His graduate research focuses on Sikh activism and the inherent relationship between Sikhi and anarchism explored through historical and contemporary Sikh movements, such as the Kisān Morcha (Farmer’s Protests) of 2020-2021. 

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