Ranjit Singh

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Ran·jit Singh

 (rŭn′jĭt sĭng′) Known as "the Lion of the Punjab." 1780-1839.
Punjabi leader of the Sikhs who unified warring Sikh states into a kingdom and resisted colonization by the British, with whom he maintained an alliance.

Ranjit Singh

(ˈrʌndʒɪt ˈsɪŋ)
n
(Biography) called the Lion of the Punjab. 1780–1839; founder of the Sikh kingdom in the Punjab