PARCHĪ BHĀĪ SEVĀ RĀM is a biographical sketch, in Punjabi verse, of Bhāī Sevā Rām who led the Sevāpanthī sect after the death of its founder Bhāī Kanhaiyā, a disciple of Gurū Gobind Siṅgh (1666-1708). Written by Bhāī Sahaj Rām, himself a renowned Sevāpanthī saint, the book was edited by Bhāī Hīrā Siṅgh and published by the Sevāpanthī-Aḍḍaṇshāhī Sabhā, Paṭiālā. Although the manuscripts of the work extant today bear no date, the work is surmised to have been written towards the close of the eighteenth century. Bhāī Sevā Rām, a disciple and close associate of Bhāī Kanhaiyā, preached the Sikh way of life in distant parts of the country. His life is described in the book in the idiom of myth and miracle. But more than highlighting the deeds of the saint the work concerns itself with elucidating the Sikh tenets. This further blurs the biographical detail.