NIDHAN SINGH, a Varaich Jatt of Patti in present day Amritsar district of the Punjab, was, according to Sarup Singh Kaushish, Guru kian Sakhian, the husband of the celebrated Sikh heroine, Mai Bhago. He was one of the warriors who fell fighting in the battle of Muktsar fought on 29
SAHOVAL, village 8 km southwest of Sialkot (32"30`N, 74"32`E) in Pakistan, is sacred to Guru Nanak (1469-1539) who once came here travelling from Sialkot and , according to local tradition, stayed under a ber tree (Ziziphus maiiritiana) near a pond for seven days. A gurdwara was later raised here and
DULA SINGH (d. 1857), son of Khushal Singh, was a cavalry officer in the Sikh army. He was most of the time employed on the Afghan frontier, and received severe wounds in the expedition against Dost Muhammad Khan. This forced him to retire, on aJa^ir. from active service while
GURCHARAN SINGH, a Kuka leader (formally designated subd, i.e. governor or deputy, by Baba Ram Singh) who attempted to seek help of the Russians against the British, was born in 1806 at Chakk Pirana in Sialkot district, now in Pakistan, the son of Afar Singh Virk. He joined the
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
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