SHIV RĀM (b. 1418), grandfather of Gurū Nānak, was the son of Rām Narāiṇ, a Bedī Khatrī. He and his wife, Banārasī, lived in a village called Paṭṭheviṇḍ, now the site of Gurdwārā Ḍerā Sāhib, 10 km east of Naushahrā Pannūāṅ in present-day Amritsar district of the Punjab. Two sons, Kālū and Lālū, were born to them -- the former in 1440 and the latter in 1444. The elder, Bābā Kālū, variously mentioned by chroniclers as Mahitā Kālū, Kaliāṇ Rāi, Kālū Rāi, Kālū Chand or Kaliāṇ Chand, was the father of Gurū Nānak. Sometime during the middle of the fifteenth century, the family shifted to Talvaṇḍī Rāi Bhoi Kī, now Nankāṇā Sāhib in Sheikhūpurā district of Pakistan, where Shiv Rām became a paṭvārī or village rent collector for the local chief, Rāi Bulār, a descendant of Rāi Bhoi the Bhaṭṭī noble whose name the village commemorated.