History of the Panjab Hill States

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Asian Educational Services, 1994 - Punjab Hill States (India) - 1101 pages
Including Kulu, Lahul, Spiti, Jammu And Other Areas Of Present Himachal Pradesh And Southern Jammu & Kashmir.

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your research on Siba State is incomple and for that you must read two books namely Gazetter of Hoshiarpur,1904 and another is Sibaia Rajvansh.
Gazetter of Hoshiarpur,1904 is compiled by Britisher
Government and it is clear in it that Tantpalan is an independent domense and its ruler is from Royal Family of Siba.Sunder Singh Sibaia was brother of Raja Ram Singh.He was exiled from Tappa Kotla presently known as Dada-Siba(jagir) He established that village. Tantpalan was totally independent at the time of incorporating in Republic of India.This matter can also be collected from Haridwar.It is cristal clear that Siba & Tantpalan was independent at the time of incorporating the same in India,therefore,the Royal Chair of Sibaias is still recognised in Sibaia Community.
According to the blog namely ACTHAKAR of famous writer of England, right now Raja Dr.Ashok K.Thakur is the present head of Sibaia Clan Rajputs.He is duly recognised in a meeting which was organised by Princely House of Siba. Raja Dr.Ashok K. Thakur is from the linage of Sunder Singh Sibaia.A.C.Thakar is famous of his books namely Dirty old man and Dilemans of India.
You wrote very old history. Raja Sham Singh,Jagirdar of Dada-Siba is no more now. He left for heaven in 1932.
How it is possible that Raja Gobind Singh had five Ranis(Queens) and his son Raja Ram Singh was the only issue of Raja Gobind Singh?? The truth is his brother Sunder singh Sibaia was exiled by Britisher after the fight as he killed the Britishers and one of his own relative in that fight.
I hope you will definitely go to the citations and will definitely amend your book accordingly.


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