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Punjab British & World English

A region of NW India and Pakistan, a wide, fertile plain traversed by the Indus and the five tributaries which gave the region its name

Punjab New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

region of NW India and Pakistan

Ranjit Singh British & World English

(1780–1839), Indian maharaja, founder of the Sikh state of Punjab; known as the Lion of the Punjab. He proclaimed himself maharaja of Punjab in 1801, and went on to make it the most powerful state in India. Most of his territory was annexed by Britain after the Sikh Wars which followed his death

Lion of the Punjab in Ranjit Singh British & World English

(1780–1839), Indian maharaja, founder of the Sikh state of Punjab; known as the Lion of the Punjab. He proclaimed himself maharaja of Punjab in 1801, and went on to make it the most powerful state in India. Most of his territory was annexed by Britain after the Sikh Wars which followed his death

Lion of the Punjab in Ranjit Singh New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(1780–1839), founder of the Sikh state of Punjab; known as the Lion of the Punjab