GURU MANGAT, a village close to Lahore Cantonment, is sacred to Guru Hargobind (15951644), who visited it during his stay at Muzarig. Gurdwara Patshahi VI, a domed building with a gilded pinnacle about 400 metres southwest of the village, stood on the site where the Guru had sojourned. The shrine
RAU, BHAI, a Kamboj Sikh and masand or the collector assigned to Dipalpur, was among those of his class summoned by Guru Gobind Singh to Anandpur to answer charges of appropriating the devotees` offerings and of other misconduct. According to Bhai Santokh Singh, Sri Gur Pratap Suraj Granth, Bhai
RAMA, BABA, maternal grandfather of Guru Nanak, was a resident of village Chahal, near Lahore. He was married to Mata Bhirai. The couple had a son, Krishna, and a daughter, Tripta. The latter was married to Mahita Kalu of Talvandi Rai Bhoe, where Guru Nanak, founder of the Sikh
PURO, BHAI, a native of Dalla, a village in present day Kapurthala district of the Punjab, was a devoted Sikh of the time of Guru Amar Das. He was among those who waited upon the Guru when he visited Dalla and received initiation at his hands. His name figures
PURIA, CHAUDHARI, as says Bhai Gurdas. Varan, XI. 18, accepted Sikh faith at the hands of Guru Arjan. The Guru instructed him in the way of discarding falsehood and cultivating truthfulness. Puria and his companion Chuhar laboured unremittingly at the site of the sacred pool being excavated at Amritsar.
PAKHAR, BHAI, a carpenter of Bushehar, who, along with his sonJhanda, as says the Bdldjanam Sdkhl, received instruction at the hands of Guru Nanak at the time of his visit to their town, and became a devotee.