He was the ruler of Qadian from 1802–1815.  He died in 1834, while in military service on the road to Kashmir.

The Ramgharia Sikhs totally took over Qadian.  Mirza Gul Muhammad seems to have died of excessive hiccups (See Mujadid e Azam) in roughly 1800.

Qadian is controlled by Diwan Singh, who was a nephew of Jassa Singh Ramgarhia.  Jassa died in 1802, and his son Jodh succeeded him.  Jodh Singh Ramgharia is the real ruler.  He allows his cousin-brother, Diwan Singh to rule Qadian.

Jodh Singh Ramgharia dies.  Diwan Singh’s status as ruler of Qadian also ends.  Ranjit Singh takes  Diwan Singh (son of Tara Singh), cousin brother of Jodh Singh, Vir Singh (brother of Jodh Singh) and widow of Jodh Singh and takes them into official military custody.  He then confiscates their entire Misl area and annexes it into the Sikh Empire.

It is unknown as to who was ruling Qadian in this time frame. We would guess that it was Sardar Mangal Singh Ramgarhia, who was the son of Diwan Singh.   In 1839, Mangal Singh is sent to the frontiers of the Sikh empire on official military duty.

Diwan Singh dies on the road to Srinagar, while on military duty (see Punjab Chiefs. page 175, 1865 edition).

The Mirza family moves back to Qadian.

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