RAṄG DĀS, BHĀĪ, a Bhaṇḍārī Khatrī of Ghaṛūāṅ, an old village in Ropaṛ district of the Punjab, was a prominent Sikh of the time of Gurū Amar Dās. He had been a follower of Bairāgī sādhūs until he met Bhāī Pāro, whose example led him to embrace the Sikh faith. Bhāī Raṅg Dās is also said to have held charge of a mañjī: or preaching district. His descendants still live at Ghaṛūāṅ where his samādh is visited by devotees especially on the day of Holī festival. Bhāī Raṅg Dās's brother, Bhagat Nand Lāl, was also a Sikh preacher and his samādh at village Battā, 5 km away, attract visitors and devotees, too. The Gurū Granth Sāhib is seated at the latter place.
Balbīr Siṅgh Dil