LUBHATA Ajamila, Pingula, Lubhata and Kunchara (elephant) went to the abode of the Lord. Such like evil persons attained salvation, why can\’t you, O Ravidas! (Kedara Ravidas, p. 1124) The word Lubhata has been used for a hunter named Lodia. He did selfless service of the saints. He got good game on a day and offered one of his preys to the saint. The saint told him that it was of no use to him.

He advised him to bring the game of one bearing conch-shell, discus and mace.The hunter tried to find out such a victim, but could not do so. In uttefl disappointment, he wanted to commit suicide, the Lordt then manifested Himself before him.

References :

1. Kohli,Surindar Singh ed,Dictionary of Mythological References in Guru Granth Sahib 1993