Raja Vijay Singh Gurjar was the Gurjar king of Landhaura state and Kunja Bahadurpur Riyasat, which was formed by his uncle Raja Ram Dayal Singh in the 18th century. Raja Vijay Singh played a significant role in the Indian Independence movement and awakening the people of the imperative of winning freedom of the country. From 1822–25 they held a fierce armed protest against British. Raja Vijay Singh appointed Raja Kalyan Singh Gurjar as his army general to fight against the British East India Company. Raja Kalyan Singh Gurjar was also a land lord of Kunja Bahadurpur. At last in 1824–25 British managed to conquer the fort with a vast Gorkha Regiment and planned attack. Raja Vijay Singh and Raja Kalyan Singh Gurjar lost the battle of life in saving the motherland. His present descendant is Kunwar Pranav Singh from Landhaura, Haridwar district in the Indian state of Uttarakhand.