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Who is the "her" in the last paragraph?
The last paragraph only refers to one woman, in passing and without being named, that being in a parenthetical sentence following the first sentence. Then, the last sentence refers to a 'her'. Grammar requires reasonable proximity for the use of a pronoun and while someone familiar with this material may be completely aware of who 'she' is, it is not obvious from the text. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Douglas Wilhelm Harder (talk • contribs) 13:24, 21 December 2011 (UTC)
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Entry had been hijacked and turned into an advertisement
Before July 15, 2012, the page was an entry about a 19th century Indian king, Sher Singh. But on July 16, user Sghoshoxonfor (presumably) his/her clothing company, also called Sher Singh. I since the page in its then form was blatant advertising and biased. However, I reversed this flagging and by using
Ranjit Singh's sons
I have reverted the unsourced edit of 16 August 2013 that claimed Prince Jaswant Singh as one of Ranjit Singh's sons. I have searched and found no support for that claim. Not to worry - if an editor can find a reliable source they can replace the statement and cite the source. The reverted description appears to match that of a Prince Jaswant Singh who was born in 1873 and cannot therfore be a son of Ranjit Singh.
The usual lists of Ranjit Singh's wives and their sons include:
- Kharak Singh, born 9 February 1801, mother Raj Kaur;
- Ishar Singh (died in infancy) and the twins Sher Singh and Tara Singh, born 4 December 1807, mother Mahitab Kaur (estranged);
- Kashmira Singh (1819) and Peshaura Singh (1821), mother Daya Kaur, sons adopted;
- Multana Singh (1819), mother Ratan Kaur;
- Dalip Singh (1838), mother Jind Kaur.