SABHĀGĀ, BHĀĪ, Gurū Hargobind's devoted disciple who plied a prosperous trade in the western parts. He once arrived with an offering of five well-bred and costly horses. Gurū Hargobind, then at Ruhelā, the scene of one of the armed engagements of his time, was pleased with the gift. He selected one for himself and distributed three immediately, one each to Bābā Gurdittā, Pāindā Khān and Bhāī Bidhī Chand. The fifth horse, retained in the stable, was later bestowed upon Bhāī Gupālā as a reward for correctly reciting the Japu.