Mari Megha





Mari Megha

Hindi Name

मारी मेघा

Time Period

1780s to 1947


  • Sardar Agya Singh, Founder of Mari Megha, was born in 1760, was married had issue with one son, he died in 1810 :-
    • Bagga Singh
  • Kumedan Sardar Bagga Singh, Chief of Mari Megha, was born in 1790, was a "Kumedan" in the Sikh Empire army at Lahore Darbar under the Maharaja Ranjit Singh of Lahore ,was married had issue with one son , he died in 1846 :-
    • Sher Singh
  • Sardar Sher Singh, Chief of Mari Megha, was born in 1820, was married had issues with three sons , he died in 1890 :-
    • Kishan Singh
    • Bhag Singh
    • Mangal Singh (d.1960)
  • Sardar Kishan Singh, Chief of Mari Megha, was born in 1856, In 1893 he went to Shanghai, China and was the police force , was married to Aas Kaur from Dhul, had issues with one son :-
    • Bhagwan Singh
  • Sardar Bhagwan Singh, Chief of Mari Megha, was born in 1904, was married to Sardarni Gurmej Kaur was from Sohal Thathi near Gagobua in Tarn Taran, He writed many books on Sikh history, In 1940 he purchased the village Chak Sher Singh In Bhatinda , Punjab had issues with four sons :-
    • Dr. Jagraj Singh
    • Baj Singh (b.1940-d. 1972)
    • Balbir Singh (b.1949)
    • Pargat Singh (b.1952-d.1999)
  • Dr.Sardar Jagraj Singh, Chief of Mari Megha, had his preliminary education in District Board Millde School at Mari Megha. He passed his matriculation examination from MajhaKhalsa High ScoolKhalra and F.Sc medical from Khalsa College Amritsar, where Dr.Taaran Singh was his professor of Divinity. He was trained as an allopath at Arya Medical School Ludhiana. Thereafter, he had a short stint with government service in the Punjab, but soon he resigned his government job and started his private practice at the historic town of Sri Hargobindpur in Gurdaspur district. Before his migration to USA in 1998, he practiced there for about thirty-five years. During all these years of his life he witnessed the partition of the Sikh homeland during 1947, the Punjab Suba agitation by the Sikhs and the reorganization of the Punjab, the emergency of Indo-China war, emergency imposed by Mrs. Indira Gandhi, two Indo-Pak wars, Operation Blue Star, Operation Black Thunder and the aftermath. He had the good luck of coming into personal contact with almost all important Sikh political and religious leaders of the afore-said period.
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