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The terms of the Treaty of Lahore, signed in March 1846, were punitive but the seven-year-old Duleep Singh remained as Maharaja and Jind Kaur was to remain as regent.
After the assassinations of Ranjit Singh's first three successors, Duleep Singh came to power in September 1843 at the age of 5 and Jind Kaur became Regent on her son's behalf.Gulab Singh was allowed to return to Jammu after paying a fine of 6,800,000 rupees (68 lakh) and promising future good behaviour. He was received with honour but was persuaded to return to his estates by the army and a promise of an increase in his jagir.However, in July he took the fort at Attock and declared himself to be the ruler of the Punjab.Manna Singh extolled Jind Kaur's beauty and virtues to Maharaja Ranjit Singh, who summoned and married her in 1835 by sending his 'arrow and sword' to the village.On 6 September 1838 she gave birth to her only child, Duleep Singh.As Regent, she reconstituted the Supreme Council of the Khalsa and restored a balance between the army and the civil administration.She held court, transacted State business in public and reviewed and addressed the troops. Pashaura Singh Kanvar, half brother of Duleep Singh, was seeking to replace Duleep Singh as Maharaja.Maharani Jind Kaur (1817 – 1 August 1863) was regent of the Sikh Empire from 1843 until 1846.She was the youngest wife of the first Maharaja of the Sikh Empire, Ranjit Singh, and the mother of the last Maharaja, Duleep Singh.Jind Kaur Aulakh was born in Chachar, Gujranwala, the daughter of Manna Singh Aulakh, the overseer of the royal kennels.She had an elder brother, Jawahar Singh and an elder sister, who married Sardar Jawala Singh Padhania, the Chief of Padhana in the Lahore District.