Kunwar Singh was sevnty-five when he chose to fight the British. His story is part of the chain of events that surround the First War of Indian Independence. Even though he was on good terms with the British commissioner of Patna, Kunwar Singh was clear that his loyalties lay with the mutinying sepoys. He and his band of men caused enough disruption to have the British baying for his arrest. Sasaram, Rewa, Ramgarh Atravila – he seemed to be everywhere at the same time. And they never got him.
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