/ (ˈræm ˈsɪŋ) /
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1816–85, Indian leader of a puritanical Sikh sect, the Kukas, who tried to remove the British from India through a policy of noncooperation
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How to use Ram Singh in a sentence
The truth is, Ram Singh was too loathed a man for answers to be diligently sought.Cheated by Death: No Euphoria in Ram Singh’s Hanging|Dilip D’Souza|March 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh II was the first to make it his private residence.Living Like a Maharajah|Daily Beast Promotions|January 22, 2010|DAILY BEAST
But Ram Singh was in no mood to heed such advice, and very soon the old man ceased to press him.The Olive Fairy Book|Various
Ram Singh glanced at these, and then, motioning to me to withdraw, followed me out into the garden.
Meanwhile, Ram Singh was shown to be more or less implicated in the disorders and was deported to Burmah.
One Ram Singh was the spiritual and political chief of a sect called the Kookas.
"Very possibly not," Ram Singh answered with an amused smile.