KAUṚĀ SIṄGH, a prominent associate of Bhāī Mahārāj Siṅgh (d. 1856), was an influential resident of Sūjovāl, near Baṭālā, in Gurdāspur district of the Punjab. At Sūjovāl Mahārāj Siṅgh and his revolutionary group had established their headquarters after the second Anglo-Sikh war. Kauṛā Siṅgh put them up in his house where he also stored up the gram and other grain they had collected for use during the proposed operations against the British. Kauṛā Siṅgh also worked among the people of his area to prepare them for the uprising.
M. L. Āhlūwālīā