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Sajjan Singh Rangroot Movie Download
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Sajjan Singh Rangroot movies mp3 songs info
- Dholna – Prabh Gill
- Chal Jindua – Jasmine Sandlas , Ranjit Bawa
- Beauty Parlour – Neha kakakr, Ikka
- Takdi Ravan – Akhil, Jonita Gandhi
Sajjan Singh Rangroot Movie Story
The story of ‘Sajjan Singh Rangroot’ portrays the difficulties of Sikhs who use to go to Canada to earn dollars, but what all they have to go through their to achieve it.
The only son of Ranjit Singh, Sajjan Singh succeeded to the Ratlam throne at the age of 13, and was educated at Daly College, Indore and at Mayo College, Ajmer. He served with the Imperial Cadet Corps, Dehra Dun, and reigned under a regency until he came of age in 1898. Commissioned an honorary Captain in the British Indian Army in 1908, he was promoted to Major in 1911 and served on the Western Front during the First World War from 1914-1915. He was mentioned in despatches and promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel in 1916 and to Colonel in 1918.
Owing to his wartime service, he was raised from an 11-gun to a 13-gun salute in 1918, and was promoted to the rank of a hereditary Maharaja in 1921, also receiving a 15-gun local salute at the same time.
After the war, Singh served as regent of Rewa State from October 1918 to October 1922. He also served in the Third Anglo-Afghan War as aide-de-camp to the General Officer Commanding 1st Division on the North-West Frontier. From 1915 to 1936, Sajjan Singh served as aide-de-camp to George V and was also aide-de-camp to the Prince of Wales (later Edward VIII) when the latter toured India from 1921 to 1922; he was appointed a KCVO for this in 1922. Singh subsequently served as an honorary and extra ADC to George VI until 1947.
A polo aficionado, he served as Steward of the Indian Polo Association, and also as member of the general councils of Daly and Mayo Colleges
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Starring : Gurjind Mann ,Saarthi-K , Kuljinder Sidhu, Annie Sekhon, Ashish Duggal, Arun Bali, Anita Devgan, Bainy Mangat, Yaad Grewal, Davvy Singh, Rupinder Rupi , Shweta Grover, Mani Kular, Honey Shergill and Vikas Kohli
Sajjan Singh Rangroot Personal
Singh married five times and had two sons and three daughters by his fifth wife, Sodhabai of Nawanagar
Gulab Kunverba (1923-19?). Married the Bahadur Singh, the Maharao of Bundi.
Raj Kunverba (k. in a fire, 1931)
Lokendra Singh (9 November 1927 – 24 June 1991). Second and last ruling Maharaja of Ratlam; succeeded upon his father’s death on 3 February 1947; acceded to the Union of India on 15 August 1947. Derecognised by the Indian Government 28 December 1971; died without issue.
Chandra Kunverba (c1930-1950s). Engaged to Karan Singh until the engagement was broken off in 1949 by Hari Singh. Married Brijendra Singh Tomar, zamindar of Baler; killed in a motor crash in the 1950s.
Ranbir Singh (2 October 1932 – 20 January 2011). Succeeded his elder brother as titular Maharaja on 24 June 1991; died without male issue and without naming an heir, since which time the succession to the throne has been in dispute.
Sajjan Singh Rangroot Death
Singh died on 3 February 1947, aged 67, and was succeeded by his elder son Lokendra Singh.
Sajjan Singh Rangroot Titles
1880-1893: Yuvraj Shri Sajjan Singh Bahadur, Yuvraj of Ratlam
1893-1908: His Highness Raja Shrimant Sajjan Singh Sahib Bahadur, Raja of Ratlam
1908-1909: Captain His Highness Raja Shrimant Sajjan Singh Sahib Bahadur, Raja of Ratlam
1909-1911: Captain His Highness Raja Shrimant Sir Sajjan Singh Sahib Bahadur, Raja of Ratlam, KCSI
1911-1916: Major His Highness Raja Shrimant Sir Sajjan Singh Sahib Bahadur, Raja of Ratlam, KCSI
1916-1918: Lieutenant-Colonel His Highness Raja Shrimant Sir Sajjan Singh Sahib Bahadur, Raja of Ratlam, KCSI
1918-1921: Colonel His Highness Raja Shrimant Sir Sajjan Singh Sahib Bahadur, Raja of Ratlam, KCSI
1921-1922: Colonel His Highness Maharaja Shrimant Sir Sajjan Singh Sahib Bahadur, Maharaja of Ratlam, KCSI
1922-1931: Colonel His Highness Maharaja Shrimant Sir Sajjan Singh Sahib Bahadur, Maharaja of Ratlam, KCSI, KCVO
1931-1936: Colonel His Highness Maharaja Shrimant Sir Sajjan Singh Sahib Bahadur, Maharaja of Ratlam, GCIE, KCSI, KCVO
1936-1947: Major-General His Highness Maharaja Shrimant Sir Sajjan Singh Sahib Bahadur, Maharaja of Ratlam, GCIE, KCSI, KCVO
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1914 Star BAR.svg British War Medal BAR.svg Victory Medal MID ribbon bar.svg Med.DelhiDurbar1903.png
King George V Coronation Medal ribbon.png GeorgeVSilverJubileum-ribbon.png GeorgeVICoronationRibbon.png Legion Honneur Officier ribbon.svg
Delhi Durbar gold medal-1903
Knight Commander of the Order of the Star of India (KCSI)-1909
Delhi Durbar gold medal-1911
Mentioned in Despatches-1915
British War Medal-1918
Allied Victory Medal-1918
Officer of the Legion d’Honneur of France-1918
India General Service Medal (1909) (with Afghanistan-NWF clasp) -1919
Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (KCVO)-1922
Knight Grand Commander of the Order of the Indian Empire (GCIE)-1931
King George V Silver Jubilee Medal-1935
King George VI Coronation Medal-1937