GOBIND RĀM, BHĀĪ (d. 1845), son of Bhāī Harbhaj and a grandson of Bhāī Vastī Rām, had, like his brother Bhāī Rām Siṅgh, an honoured position at the court of Mahārājā Raṇjīt Siṅgh. A good scholar of Sanskrit and Persian, Gobind Rām, was of a retiring nature and more interested in spiritualism and medicine. According to Sohan LāI Sūrī, the court historian, Mahārājā Raṇjīt Siṅgh was highly impressed by Gobind Rām's knowledge of metaphysics and often had long discussions with him.
Bhāī Gobind Rām, who suffered a paralytic stroke in 1840, died at Lahore on 23 March 1845.
J. S. Khurānā