An innocent young Punjabi boy (separated from his mother forcibly) was first seduced by Lena Login with bouts of affection, at places where he would squeeze through a hole to jump into her arms, and hugged without knowing the happenings. John Login was in literal control of the Lahore fort and ready to give a Christian environment to the young Prince. A Roman Catholic chapel was made and to make its mood, paintings were put on the wall. These paintings were being borrowed from the Hindustani Bible which was in the Toshak khana and later discovered there. The Urdu bible of Abdul Masih was also there. And the Prince was given free reign to spend his time with local painters and get everything done according to his own taste.
There was no church in Lahore at that time, so a Mughal remnant was turned into a Roman Catholic Chapel. And that too is on record:
The chapel, Christian paintings on the walls, Persian and Urdu Bible, and brain washing of a child, resulted in the end into the baptizing of Prince Duleep Singh. On 8th Feb, 1853, Duleep Singh wrote a request with a strong desire to be baptized immediately. He was by then a Master of the Gospel of St Mathew. The station church was under repair, and High Highness’s own house was chosen as the place for baptism. Lord Dalhousie accepted the advice and by 8th March, 1853, Duleep Singh was baptized into the Church of Christ. And ready to be sent to England, to face another predator, Queen Victoria, who was mesmerized by the charm of the handsome young man. And that is another tragedy. Without reading history, people jump to pre-conceived ideas, and manipulate research outcomes. Documentation is the key to proof of any kind.