REKH RĀO, BHĀĪ, and Bhānā Mallan were Sikh residents of Kābul. They looked after the local chieftain's stores. Both were pious Sikhs and very honest. Once complaints were laid against them questioning their dealings. By Gurū Arjan's blessing their honour was publicly vindicated. The names appear in Bhāī Gurdās, Vārāṅ, XI. 26.