|Maharaja Kharak Singh|
Maharaja Kharak Singh of the Sikh Empire.
|Reign||27 June 1839 – 8 October 1839|
|Born||22 February 1801|
|Died||5 November 1840 (aged 39)|
|Spouse||Chand Kaur Kanhaiyā|
|Issue||Nau Nihal Singh|
|Mother||Maharani Datar Kaur|
|Occupation||Maharaja of Sikh Empire|
He was proclaimed Maharaja on the death of his father, 27 June 1839, and installed on the throne at Lahore Fort, 1 September 1839.
He was dethroned and imprisoned 8 October 1839 and replaced by his son Prince Nau Nihal Singh.
Kharak Singh became a prisoner and died from slow poisoning on 5 November 1840.
- Āhlūwālīā, M. L. "KHAṚAK SIṄGH MAHĀRĀJĀ (1801–1840)". Encyclopaedia of Sikhism. Punjabi University Patiala. Retrieved 19 May 2016.
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|Maharaja of the Sikh Empire
27 June 1839 – 8 October 1839
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