Mangal Singh Ramgarhia
Mangal Singh Ramgarhia CSI (1800–1879) was a prominent Sikh leader, a Sardar, who participated in the first and second Anglo-Sikh wars. Later, he was appointed manager of the Golden Temple of Amritsar. He carried the title of "Sardar-i-Bawaqar" (the Sardar with Prestige).
Mangal Singh was the son of Diwan Singh and grandson of Tara Singh Ramgarhia, a brother of the Sikh leader Jassa Singh Ramgarhia. He was heir to some of the estates of Jassa Singh's son Jodh Singh. In 1834, he was sent to Peshawar to command 400 foot soldiers and 110 sawars (cavalrymen) of the old Ramgarhia class. There, under Tej Singh and Hari Singh Nalwa, he fought in the Battle of Jamrod in April 1837.
- Manager of the Sikh Temple of Amritsar (1862)
- Honorary Magistrate of Amritsar (1862-1879)
- Member of Vice-Regal Durbar. (1864)
- Companionship Star of India (1876)
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