() (1820–1853) was the ruling Maharaja of princely state Bharatpur
from 1825 till his death, and successor of Maharaja Baldeo Singh
He was born at Jawahar Bagh, Bharatpur on 5 February 1820, was the only son of Maharaja Baldeo Singh
by his wife Maharani Miraj Kaur. He succeeded on the death of his father on 26 February 1825.
He was seized and imprisoned in the Fort at Bharatpur 28 March 1825, by his cousin Rao Durjan Sal. The British armies laid siege to the Fort and freed the infant Maharaja on 19 January 1826. He was installed on the gadi on 5 February 1826. He was married to the princess of Pichhore
in 1827. He arrested Bholanath Diwan and his colleagues when became young. He reigned under the Regency of his mother until her deposition and then under a Council of Superintendence until he came of age and was invested with full ruling powers in 1835.
In 1842, he got the state of Ballabhgarh
transferred to the Jat
ruler with the help of British government.
He got his only son Maharaja Jashwant Singh
in 1850. The people of Bharatpur were happy during his reign. He always tried for the welfare of the people of his state.
He died at Bharatpur on 21 March 1853, having had issue, an only son. His successor was Maharaja Jashwant Singh
- Thakur Deshraj: Jat Itihas (Hindi), Maharaja Suraj Mal Smarak Shiksha Sansthan, Delhi, 1934, 2nd edition 1992.
- Ram Swarup Joon: History of the Jats, Rohtak, India (1938, 1967)
- Dr Natthan Singh: Jat - Itihas (Hindi),......