KARAM SINGH MAN, an associate of the Bhangi misi, belonged to the village of Mananvala in Amritsar district, and was a collateral of the Man sarddrs of Mugha. Ghakk in Gujrariwala district. Karam Singh`s father Tara Singh with a group of horsemen, most of whom belonged to his own caste, captured a number of villages in Amritsar district about the middle of the eighteenth century. Karam Singh joined the Bhangi chiefship, and obtained jdgirs in Lahore, Sialkot and Amritsar districts.

He reconstructed his ancestral village, Mananvala. Karam Singh`s two sons, Ram Singh and Sham Singh, succeeded him but they severed their connections with the Bhangi m»^about the year 1780 and joined Mahan Singh Sukkarchakkia. His granddaughter Sada Kaur, however, married a prominent BhahgT chief, Sobha Singh, tlie founder ofQila Sobha Singh in Sialkot district.

References :

1. Griffin, Lepel, and G.F. Massy, C.hiefs and Families of Note in hte Punjab, Lahore, 1909