NATTĪ, MĀTĀ (d. 1664), also referred to in chronicles as Ananḍ, Nihālo and Mātā Bassī, was the wife of Bābā Gurdittā (1613-38), the eldest son of Gurū Hargobind (1595-1644). She was the daughter of Bhāī Rāmā and Sukhdevī, a Khatrī Sikh couple of Baṭālā, in present-day Gurdāspur district of the Punjab. Her marriage to Bābā Gurdittā took place on 17 April 1624. Two sons, Dhir Mall and (Gurū) Har Rāi, were born to her on 11 January 1627 and 18 January 1630 respectively. After the death of Gurū Hargobind and the departure of Mātā Nānakī for Bakālā in 1644, Mātā Nattī was the head of the Gurū's household during the times of Gurū Har Rāi and Gurū Har Krishan. She died at Kīratpur on 29 September 1664.