BULĀKĀ SIṄGH, an eighteenth century Sikh musician who recited the holy hymns. He lived in the village of Ghuṛāṇī, in Ludhiāṇā district. He was once humiliated by the local anathematized group who were the followers of Bābā Rām Rāi. To avenge the insult, hero and warrior Bandā Siṅgh Bahādur sacked the village in 1710. Bulākā Siṅgh was appointed thānedār or police chief of the area.


    Bhaṅgū, Ratan Siṅgh, Prāchīn Panth Prakāsh. Amritsar, 1962

Gurdev Siṅgh Deol