Kunwar singh Biography
Kunwar Singh (1777 – 26 April 1858) was a remarkable pioneer during the Indian Rebellion of 1857. He had a place with an imperial Ujjainiya (Panwar) Rajput place of Jagdispur, at present a piece of Bhojpur area, Bihar, India. At 80 years old, he drove a select band of furnished officers against the soldiers under the order of the British East India Company. He was the main coordinator of the battle against the British in Bihar. He is famously known as Veer Kunwar Singh.
In his keep going fight, battled on 23 April 1858, close to Jagdispur, the soldiers heavily influenced by the East India Company were totally steered. On 22 and 23 April being harmed he battled valiantly against the British Army and with the assistance of his military drove away the British Army, cut down the Union Jack from Jagdishpur Fort and raised his banner. He got back to his royal residence on 23 April 1858 and soon passed on 26 April 1858