CHHOTA MIRZAPUR, a village in Mirzapur district of Uttar Pradesh, 18 km south of Varanasi (25 20`N, 82 58`E), is sacred to Guru Gobind Singh. He broke journey at Chhota Mirzapur while travelling as a child from Patna, his birthplace, to the Punjab. A Sikh sangat developed here in
DALLEVALiA MISL. See MISLS DALLU, BHAI, a Rihan Khatri of Burhanpur, mentioned by Bhai Gurdas, Varan, XI. 30, among prominent Sikhs of the time of Guru Hargobind. See BHAGVAN DAS, BHAi
DAMODAR, BHAI, a pious Sikh ofSultanpur Lodhi. He visited Amritsar along with the sangat of that town to receive instruction at the hands of Guru Arjan. His name figures among the devotees of the Guru in Bhai Gurdas, Varan, XI. 21. See AKUL, BHAI, and BHIKHA, BHATT
KALU, BHAI, named in Bhai Gurdas, Varan, XI. 13, among Guru Nanak`s leading Sikhs. He received instruction at the Guru`s hands and became a devoted disciple. He, as says Bhai Mani Singh, Sikhdn di Bhagal Maid, led several others into the holy path.
LAMMAN, also known as Lammah Jatpura, in Ludhiana district, is 14 km from Raikot (30Â°39Â°N.`75Â°37Â°E) on the Guru Gobind Sihgh Marg. Guru Gobind Sihgh stayed in the village for a few days in December 1705 on his way from Chamkaur to Dina and Kahgar. While Rai Kalha had despatched
SARUP SINGH, RAJA (1812-1864), son of Karam Singh of Bazidpur and a collateral of Raja Sangat Sihgh (1811-34) of Jind who had died childless, ascended the gaddi of Jind in April 1837. The gap between the death of Raja Sangat Singh and die assumption of the dirone by Raja
SEVA SINGH, BHAI (1882-1945), journalist and author, was born in 1882 at Sarai Alamgir, in Gujrat district (now in Pakistan), where his father, Lal Sihgh, was a village moneylender. Passing his middle school examination from Jehlum, he trained as a junior vernacular teacher at Rawalpindi, and took up service at
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