The only Begum Munawar-ul-Nisa of the 8th generation of the dynasty of Nawab Sher Muhammad Khan of Malerkotla passed away. Malerkotla (Malerkotla) The relationship between the Nawab of Chhote Sahibzades Baba Zorawar Singh and Baba Fateh Singh Shahadat. At the time of the martyrdom of the princes of the tenth Guru Sri Gobind Singh Ji, Nawab Sher Muhammad Khan had opposed to mark them as a wall.
Munawar-ul-Nisa breathed his last at the age of 102 years. According to information, his health was deteriorating for a few days, due to which he was admitted to Hazrat Halima Hospital in Malerkotla. After many days on Friday, he said goodbye to this mortal world. On the occasion of his last rites, representatives of various organizations of Punjab came to pay tribute to him.
Special place in Sikh history
The dynasty of the Nawabs of Malerkotla is of special importance in Sikh history. Nawab Wazir Khan of Sirhind had ordered the younger Sahibzadas of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji to be marked alive in the walls. At that time Nawab Sher Muhammad Khan of Malerkotla was not happy with their decision. He opposed it with great courage. Because of this, the Sikhs have special respect for the dynasty of the Nawab of Malerkoltla.
Let me tell you whether Begum Munawar ul Nisha was a friend of former Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh’s mother Mahinder Kaur. While Captain Amrinder Singh was the Chief Minister, he handed over his palace to the Punjab government. His last wish was that his palace should continue to shine as before and that it should continue to shine when he leaves this world.