|Marharaja of Bharatpur|
|Reign||12 April 1769 – 28 March 1778|
|Coronation||12 April 1769, Gopal Bhavan, Deeg|
|Predecessor||Maharaja Ranjit Singh|
|Successor||Maharaja Ranjit Singh|
|Died||28 March 1778 (aged 12)
|House||Sinsiniwar Jat Dynasty|
|Father||Maharaja Ratan Singh|
Maharaja Keshri Singh (September 1766 - 28 March 1778) was the ruling Maharaja of Bharatpur (r.1769 – 1778 CE).
He ascended to throne on the death of Maharaja Ratan Singh in 1769.
Death and Succession
But He died of smallpox, at Deeg 28 March 1778. Maharaja Ranjit Singh succeeded him in 1778.
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Sinsiniwar Jat DynastyBorn: Unknown Died: 1778
Maharaja Ratan Singh
|Maharaja of Bharatpur
12 April 1769 – 28 March 1778
Maharaja Ranjit Singh
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