Nahar Singh of Bharatpur

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Nahar Singh (? - 6 December 1766) was second son of Suraj Mal, Maharaja princely state Bharatpur. His mother was Hansa Devi

He was given Dholpur in Jagir by his father. He roclaimed at Bharatpur by General Bal Ram on receipt of news of his father's death, 26 December 1763. But he was opposed by Maharani Kishori and the chief nobles of the state. He fled to Dholpur but was pursued by his eledr brother Maharaja Jawahar Singh and expelled.

Later, He fled to Jaipur and from there to Shahpura where he died by suicide (swallowing poison), 6 December 1766.

References[edit]

  • Dr Natthan Singh: Jat – Itihas (Hindi), Jat Samaj Kalyan Parishad Gwalior, 2004