BHULLŪ, BHĀĪ, a Sekhar Khatrī who turned a mendicant, once waited upon Gurū Arjan to seek instruction. He was accompanied by Bhāī Nāū, also a mendicant like him, Bhāī Jaṭṭū, a Bhīvā Khatrī, and Bhāī Mūlā. The Gurū said neither action nor the world be shunned. What was important was shunning evil and temptation, serving others and practising the sacred Word. Bhāī Bhullū and others, says Bhāī Manī Siṅgh, Sikhāṅ dī Bhagat Mālā, followed the Gurū's precept and were blessed.