Sikh Confederacy
مثل سیک (Persian)
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Flag Coat of arms
دیگ تیغ فتح
ਦੇਗ ਤੇਗ਼ ਫ਼ਤਿਹ
Deg Tegh Fateh
Victory to Charity and Arms
Capital Amritsar
Languages Official:
Punjabi, Haryanvi, Hindustani
Religion Official:
Islam (mostly Sufi Sunnis, however there were a small minority of Shias)
Sikhism, Hinduism, Zoroastrianism, Jainism, Buddhism, Christianity
Government Aristocratic Republic
 -  1716–1733 Baba Darbara Singh and Chhajja Singh Dhillon
 - 1733–1748 Nawab Kapur Singh
 - 1748–1783 Sultan-ul-Quam Jassa Singh Ahluwalia
 -  Death of Banda Singh Bahadur 1716
 -  Ranjit Singh defeats and unifies the misls into the Sikh Empire 1799
Currency Nanakshahi Rupee
Today part of Punjab Flag (A Different Story) Punjab

The Sikh Confederacy (Persian: مثل سیک) refers to the twelve Sikh sovereign states between 1621 to 1799. The states formed a commonwealth that was described by Antoine Polier as an "aristocratic republic". Although the sovereign states were unequal in strength, and each sovereign states attempted to expand its territory and resources at the expense of others, they acted in unison in relation to other states. The sovereign states held biannual meetings of their legislature, the Sarbat Khalsa in Amritsar.

In 1799, Ranjit Singh, of the Sukerchakia, took over the rest of the sovereign states and established the Sikh Kingdom of Khalistan.

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