Battle of Harnaulgarh
|Battle of Harnaulgarh|
|Part of Indian Campaign of Ahmad Shah Durrani|
|Sikh Misls||Durrani Empire|
|Commanders and leaders|
Sikhs assembled in May 1762 and plundered the baggage of Zain Khan Sirhindi and looted his Hindu Diwan, Lacchmi Narayan. The Sikh forces fought a severe battle with Durranis at Harnaulgarh, a place 30 miles from Sirhind. The Sikhs secured victory at Harnaulgarh and the defeated governor of Sirhind was to pay tribute as a penalty for the loss.
- Raj Pal Singh (2004). The Sikhs : Their Journey Of Five Hundred Years. Pentagon Press. p. 115. ISBN 9788186505465.
- Ganḍā, Singh (1959). Ahmad Shah Durrani: Father of Modern Afghanistan. Asia Pub. House. p. 285. ISBN 978-1-4021-7278-6. Retrieved 2010-08-25.
- Bhagata, Siṅgha (1993). A History of the Sikh Misals. Publication Bureau, Punjabi University. p. 181.