BHAṬṬŪ, BHĀĪ, a learned Tivāṛī Brāhmaṇ, is listed by Bhāī Gurdās, Vārāṅ, XI. 19, among the devoted Sikhs of the time of Gurū Arjan. As records Bhāī Manī Siṅgh, Sikhāṅ dī Bhagat Mālā, he once accompanied by Bhāī Phirnā Sūd, Bhāī Bholū and Bhāī Jaṭṭū, visited the Gurū and supplicated thus: "O support of the supportless, we have recently returned after a dip in the Ganges. The paṇḍits there said that all incarnations, gods, sages and saints had their preceptors. Who, they asked, was Gurū Nānak's? We had no answer to their question. May we be enlightened, Lord?” Gurū Arjan made a simple answer, "Gurū Nānak had no earthly, gurū. He spoke what God made him to speak. " Bhāī Bhaṭṭū and his companions were rid of their doubt. Bhāī Bhaṭṭū was appointed to preach the Sikh faith.