KALU NATH, son of Jaimal, also called Data, a Dhalival Jatt of the Malva region, became a Vaisnav sddhu while still very young and, according to his biographer, Balmukand Das, roamed the countryside accompanied by his mother, Mohini, and young brother, Chikha. Later, he settled down under a jand
KEHAR SINGH, BHAI (1869-1921), one of the Nankana Sahib martyrs, was the eldest of the three sons of Bhai Jivan Singh and Mai Harnarn Kaur of the village of Jarg, in Patiala state. Kchar Singh grew up into a strongly built, fair complexioned, young man much interested in wrestling
KUBJA Ganika, deformed Kubja and the sinner Ajamila were emancipated. (Gauri Cheti Namdev, p. 345) Kubja was a deformed young female servant of Kansa. She met Krishna and Balarama on the highway of Mathura, carrying a pot of perfumed ointment. Krishna sportively asked her about the contents of the
MIAN KHIMA, Maharaja Duleep Singh`s favorite Muhammadan attendant who had served him since his childhood. He came with the Maharaja to Fatehgarh after the latter was dethroned and exiled from Lahore by the British in 1849. At Fatehgarh he was replaced by Bhajan Lal, an English educated young Brahman
PARTAP SINGH, KANVAR (1831-1843), born in 1831 to Prem Kaur, second wife of Maharaja Sher Singh, to whom he had been married in 1822, after the death of his first wife. He grew up to be a handsome boy, with extremely graceful manners. He had gained good command of
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