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Phulkian Misl
Regions with significant populations
India
Languages
Punjabi
Religion
Sikhism
Related ethnic groups
Jat people, Hindu Caste System

Phulkian Misl is a Sikh misl of named after Choudhary Phul Singh.[1][full citation needed][2] Maharaja Ala Singh, Maharaja Amar Singh, Raja Sahib Singh, Raja Gajpat Singh, Maharaja Hamir Singh all are rulers of Phulkian misl (Bhadaur Barnala, Sangrur). It was a Kshatriya misl, (though in Sikhism the caste system was abolished). The area of this misl is in region Patiala, Nabha, Jind.[3] and existed until the British defeated them.

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References

  1. ^ Bhagat Singh, A History of Sikh Misals
  2. ^ Duggal, K. S. (2001). Maharaja Ranjit Singh, the Last to Lay Arms. Abhinav Publications. p. 46. ISBN 9788170174103.
  3. ^ Heath, Ian (1 Jan 2005). "The Sikh Army". Osprey. ISBN 9781841767772. Retrieved 9 June 2013.