RĀMŪ, BHĀĪ, of ḍallā, was a Mahitā Khatrī, who, accompanied by Bhāī Mohan, Bhāī Amarū, and Bhāī Gopī, went to offer obeisance to Gurū Amar Dās visiting his village. The Gurū's instruction was : "Conquer ego, which keeps man parted from God. The body is false and impermanent. Be tolerant of criticism and indifferent to praise." Bhāī Rāmū and his companions followed the Gurū's teaching and won repute as devout Sikhs. The name figures in Bhāī Gurdās, Vārāṅ, XI 1 6.
Balbīr Siṅgh Dil