Misr Diwan Chand
'Misr Diwan Chand was a notable pillar of the state of Maharaja Ranjit Singh's reign. A Brahmin, he rose from petty clerk to chief of artillery and commander-in-chief of the armies that conquered Multan and Kashmir.
Diwan Misr Chand was a Hindu and the second commander in chief of Sikh Empire, the first commander in chief of Sikh empire was General Dewan Mokham Chand and the third being Hari Singh Nalwahe was a great warrior and general and achieve the title of "fateh-o-nusrat-nasib"(means who never loss in war) from maharaja ranjit singh .
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