KISHNĀ, BHĀĪ (d.1621), a Jhāñjhī Khatrī, accompanied by Bhāī Pammū, a Khatrī of Purī clan, once waited on Gurū Hargobind to seek instruction. The Gurū, says Bhāī Manī Siṅgh, Sikhāṅ dī Bhagat Mālā, advised them to practise nām. "Nām, i.e. the Word", said the Gurū, "eradicates sin." Bhāī Kishnā attached himself to the feet of Gurū Hargobind and trained in the manly arts. He died fighting in the battle of Ruhelā.