His mother suffered a poor life in India and eventually she was allowed to rejoin her son in England.
Duleep collected her after special permission was given.
Duleep was allowed by the British to visit India for the second time to bury his mother after she died in Britain, although the body had to remain at Kensal Green Cemetery for nearly a year whilst this was agreed.
His mother's ashes were not allowed to be buried in Lahore (the main city of the Punjab), but had to be placed in a memorial in Bombay.
Read Less He visited again a few days later and was taken around the girls' school, where he first met Bamba Müller, who was an instructor.
Brought up by Christian missionaries, she married Duleep Singh and became Maharani Bamba, wife of the last Maharaja of Lahore.
Her transformation from illegitimate girl He was known as the "Black Prince of Perthshire" around his home in Scotland.
He was given money by the East India Company on condition that he complied with the will of the British Government.
Duleep had been taken to Britain when a child and raised as a Christian.
This was after he had been persuaded to agree to British rule of the Punjab.
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He had also agreed to give away the Koh-i-Nor diamond and been separated from his mother, Maharani Jindan Kaur.