‘The Punjab a Hundred Years Ago’ is the edited and translated works of V. Jacquemont (1831) & A. Soltykoff (1842)
Maharaja Ranjit Singh took bread, pulao, milk and fruits in his lunch. His dinner contained a little rice and a quail or half a partridge with some fruits and sweetmeats
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