DHARAM SIṄGH, BHĀĪ (d. 1921) was the youngest of the four sons of Bhāī Sant Siṅgh and Māī Hukmī, of the village of Buṇḍālā, in Amritsar district. He was only four years old when the family migrated to Chakk No. 71 Buṇḍālā Bachan Siṅghvālā in the newly colonized district of Lyallpur. His education was limited to rudimentary knowledge of the Punjabi language which he could barely read in the Gurmukhī script. He was robustly built and enjoyed wrestling. He married and was the father of four, two sons and two daughters. At the advent of the Gurdwārā Reform movement. Dharam Siṅgh and his elder brother, Ichchhar Siṅgh, offered themselves as volunteers for the liberation of Gurdwārā Janam Asthān at Nankāṇā Sāhib. Preparations for the marriage of their nephew were in hand when the call came. Both left at once and joined the Dhārovālī column which was massacred to a man by the hired assassins of Naraiṇ Dās, the Mahant, on 20 February 1921.
See NANKĀṆĀ SĀHIB MASSACRE
Gurcharan Siṅgh Giānī