DHARAM SIṄGH, a Jaṭṭ Sikh of the village of Chiṭṭī, 15 km southwest of Jalandhar in the Punjab, was one of the associates of Bhāī Mahārāj Siṅgh (d. 1856), leader of anti-British revolt in the Punjab during 1848-49. Dharam Siṅgh assisted Bhāī Mahārāj Siṅgh by mobilizing help for him in the Doābā region during the latter half of 1849. He especially introduced two artillerymen of Kapūrthalā to Bhāī Mahārāj Siṅgh, in Hoshiārpur area. He was arrested along with Mahārāj Siṅgh on the night of 28-29 December 1849, but managed to escape. However, he was rearrested at Wazīrābād in Gujrāṅwālā district and was held in custody in Lahore jail.
M. L. Āhlūwālīā