Qamar Singh of Gogera, was the founded the principality of Gogera. Before his demise, he had conquered Kabirwala and Kamalia in the Rachna Doab. However, he lost Sayyadwala to the chief of Bharwal and it was during his attempt to recover it that he died in 1780. He was succeeded by his brother Wazir Singh who lost Kamalia to the Kharals but recovered Sayyadwala from the Bharwal chief. He died in 1799 and was succeeded by his son Mehar Singh who lost his territories to Ranjit Singh in 1804 and got a Jagir in Gogera worth Rs. 4000 a year.
- History of the sikhs
- Ganesh Das Wadehra, Char Bagh-i-Punjab (Pbi. Trans ), p. 134