DIĀL DĀS, son of Gaurā and grandson of the celebrated Bhāī Bhagatū, lived at Bhuchcho, now in Baṭhiṇḍā district of the Punjab, at the time of Gurū Gobind Siṅgh's journey through those parts in 1706. At the village of Bhāgū, Diāl Dās took the rites of amrit at the hands of Gurū Gobind Siṅgh and received the name of Diāl Siṅgh. Thereafter the Gurū and the Sikhs partook of the food he had brought for them. It so happened, says the Sākhī Pothī, that a few more Sikhs arrived after all the food had been consumed. Diāl Siṅgh sold his gold ring and bought fresh victuals for the new comers.
Piārā Siṅgh Padam