KISHAN SINGH, BHAI (d. 1921), son of Bhai Sundar Singh and Mata Nihal Kaur, a Mazhabi Sikh couple, of Rattoke village in Amritsar district, later migrating to Burj, district Lyallpur, was a young initiated Singh and the granthi (custodian) of Gurdwara Mazhabi Singhari in his village. He was only
MAZHABI SIKHS, commonly pronounced as Mazhbi Sikhs, is the name given to Sikh converts from the Chuhra community, among the lowest in the Hindu caste order. Chuhras in medieval Punjab, corresponding to Bharigis of the Hindi speaking regions, were the village menials who received customary payment in kind at
RAMDASIA SIKHS is how Sikh converts from the community working professionally in leather are usually referred to as a class. The term Ramdasias is an adaptation from Ravidasias, as some Chamar castes came to be called. They owed their affiliation to the famous saint, Ravidas, ; pioneer of`Vaisnava revival.