Sardar Dharm Singh Of Dharmsinghwala, was born into Kang Jat family , He was a cousin of the celebrated Tara Singh Ghaiba of the Dallewalia Misl, participated in the campaigns of the Khalsa, fighting against Mughals and Afghans in the second half of the eighteenth century. He figured in the conquest of Sirhind and partition of the territory by Sikhs in January 1764 when he occupied a cluster of villages and founded amid them his own Dharamsinghwala.


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