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SADHU SINGH, PANDIT (1840-1907), a school man of the Nirmala order, was born in the village of Saraliari, in Amritsar district, in 1840. From his very childhood, he developed an inclination for the company of holy men. This was cause of concern for his father, Sobha Singh, and mother, Devi, who feared that their son might not renounce the world and become a recluse. Sadhu Singh received instruction from a sanf in his own village with whom he read the Sikh sacred texts. His thirst for knowledge eventually took him to the village of Girvari, in the modern district of Hoshiarpur, where he joined the dera or school of Pandit Gulab Singh, a noted Nirmala scholar of the day.

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