PHIRNĀ, BHĀĪ, a Khahirā Jatt, named, along with Bhāī Jodh, among Gurū Nānak's Sikhs in Bhāī Gurdās, Vārāṅ, XI. Both Bhāī Phirnā and Bhāī Jodh had received instruction at the hands of Gurū Nānak. Together they had presented themselves before the Gurū and prayed that they be endowed with faith. The Gurū said, "Ye should learn humility to achieve truth. Serve with thy hands brother-Sikhs as best ye can. Be an early riser, wash and sit in remembrance of God. Know God as thy master and thyselves as His manservants. Join holy assembly and with love listen to the Gurū's word. Ye should practise in thy lives the word ye hear." Thus, says Bhāī Manī Siṅgh, Sikhāṅ dī Bhagat Mālā, Phirnā Khahirā and Jodh attained what they had desired.