BŪLĀ DHĪR, BHĀĪ, whose name appears in the list of prominent Sikhs in Bhāī Gurdās, Vārāṅ, XI. 18, once came along with Bhāī Nihālū, Bhāī Tulsīā and Bhāī Chaṇḍīa, all Dhīr Khatrīs, to see Gurū Arjan. He brought with him one question: "Whose incarnation was Gurū Nānak?" The Gurū, as says Bhāī Santokh Siṅgh, Srī Gur Pratāp Sūraj Granth, explained : "Gurū Nānak was one with Brahman. He founded a unique faith. Discarding austerities, rituals and penances, he preached repetition of the True Name, and recommended charity, cleanliness and love. Give up vacillation, and concentrate your mind on the bāṇī. ” Būlā and his companions felt satisfied and all their doubts vanished.