Adina Beg (died 1758) was the governor of the Punjab for a few months in 1758.
Adina Beg was born Dina Arain in Sharakpur, near Lahore, now in Sheikhupura district of Pakistan. Adina Beg was brought up in Mughal homes, for the most part in Jalalabad, Khanpur and Bajvara in the Jalandhar Doab.
Adina Beg was placed as the in-charge of the Doabs by the Afghans, In 1758 the Maratha Empire's general Raghunath Rao, entered Panjab with his Maratha Forces conquered Lahore and Attock and drove out Timur Shah Durrani, the son-in-law of the Mughal Emperor Alamgir II. Raghunath Rao and Malhar Rao Holkar the two commander-in-chief of Maratha forces remain in Lahore for 3 months after which they retire to Pune giving the control to Adina Beg Khan, who chose not to fight. Later on, he was joined by Dattaji Scindia, who was appointed the new chief military commander of Punjab by Peshwa. His life is described in an unpublished Persian manuscript Ahwal-i-Dina Beg Khan. Beg died, apparently of colic, on 10 September 1758.
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