HARDĀS, BĀBĀ (d. 1541), or Hari Dās, the father of Gurū Rām Dās, was the son of Ṭhākur Dās, a Soḍhī Khatrī of Chūnā Maṇḍī in Lahore, and Mātā Jasvantī. He was married to Anūp Deī, also called Dayā Kaur, of Bāsarke, a village in present-day Amritsar district of the Punjab. The couple were of a religious turn of mind and were known for their pious living. A son, who was named Jeṭhā (later Gurū Rām Dās), was born to them on 24 September 1534. According to Kesar Siṅgh Chhibbar, Baṅsāvalīnāmā, they had two more children, Hardiāl, a son, and Rāmdāsī, a daughter. Bābā Hardās died when their eldest child, Jeṭhā, was only seven years old.
Piārā Siṅgh Padam